Issues Facing Hospitals and Practitioners in the Ever-Changing Landscape in the Face of Dobbs (On-Demand Webinar)

Overview: In this webinar, Jenny Ecklund, partner at Thompson Coburn, and Dr. Ghazaleh Moayedi, OBGYN, MPH present on the legal issues facing hospitals and practitioners in the ever-changing landscape in the face of the Dobbs decision. Topics include:

1. “Life of the mother” exceptions

2. Issues in telemedicine

3. Issues in interstate travel and licensing

4. Counseling patients

5. Communities most impacted

6. The maternal health deserts worsening as a result of Dobbs

7. “Zombie laws” and their possible enforcement after Dobbs

Ms. Ecklund is counsel to a number of plaintiffs in state and federal court challenges to Texas’s abortion laws, including the only successful challenge to date to Texas’s SB8, and Dr. Moayedi is a prolific advocate for pregnant people and physicians in the reproductive health arena in Texas and beyond.

Speaker Information:

Jennifer Ecklund, Partner, Thompson Coburn

Dr. Ghazaleh Moayedi, OBGYN, MPH, Physician, Baylor Scott & White

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