For a change, I’m not the cynical one.

When Weil, Gotshal & Manges rolled out its assisted pregnancy benefits program, I thought it was sensible, even laudatory. The coverage includes up to three rounds of in vitro fertilization, egg freezing (with a year of free storage) and up to $25,000 allowance for each surrogacy pregnancy or adoption.

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