CHILDBIRTH AND MATERNAL HEALTH LAW
Are you pregnant or considering becoming pregnant, and want to make sure that you have optimal support and that your rights are respected when you give birth? Hayes-Klein Law can help you communicate with your providers during pregnancy, in advance of childbirth, to ensure that your rights are respected during labor and birth.
If you have suffered injury from the violation of your rights during childbirth in the last two years, we may be able to help you pursue accountability for your mistreatment and its impact on you and your family.
At Hayes-Klein Law, we want to help you achieve your legal goals in a way that you feel fully supported, minimizes the stress of your family law experience, and makes sure your voice is heard. While we always try to help families to transition separations, divorce, and other changes through collaboration, mediation and settlement where possible, we provide strong and protective advocacy for our clients when necessary
LEGAL SERVICES FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS
We offer expert legal support and advocacy to maternal health professionals in legal matters including civil litigation and proceedings before state agencies. We also offer counsel and document preparation to proactively minimize your risks.
LEGAL CONSULTING SERVICES
Hermine is available to consult on legal matters outside Oregon and the U.S., supporting clients and their local attorneys with her expertise in birth rights and maternal healthcare. Hermine has consulted on cases in many U.S. states and in nations across three continents.
MATERNAL HEALTH CONSULTING
Are you a hospital, birth center, OB or midwifery practice that wants to uphold the human rights of your pregnant patients, while protecting yourself from legal risk? Is your organization trying to better understand obstetric violence, informed consent vis a vis liability, or how discrimination impacts racial mortality disparities?
Hermine is an international thought leader whose public speaking informs and inspires audiences on a wide range of issues at the intersection of law, human rights, and maternal healthcare, including informed consent, the integration of medicine and midwifery, and women’s human rights in maternity care locally and globally.