HODAS

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HODASHydrographic Oceanographic Data Acquisition System
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(11) See Hodas, 814 N.E.2d at 325 (examining established choice of law principles); infra notes 16-30 and accompanying text (describing analysis of choice of law provisions in Massachusetts).
(13) See infra notes 48-60 and accompanying text (analyzing Hodas holding).
(15) See infra notes 72-89 and accompanying text (recognizing intent of parties in Hodas to choose Massachusetts law for favorable judgment).
(19) See Hodas, 814 N.E.2d at 324 (demonstrating Massachusetts' first approach to using established choice of law provisions in gestational carrier agreement although this type of agreement implicates unique questions of individual safety, health, and general welfare of various states).
(30) See Hodas, 814 N.E.2d at 324 (ruling specifically on validity of choice of law provisions in gestational carrier agreements).
(40) See Hodas, at 324-25 (applying general principles of choice of law to gestational carrier agreements due to lack of legislative authority directing otherwise); Kindregan & McBrien, supra note 2, at 205 (noting absence of legislation regarding embryo donation generally).
(50) See Hodas, 814 N.E.2d at 321-23 (outlining procedural history of Hodas).
(51) Hodas, 814 N.E.2d at 321-23 (granting plaintiffs relief in form of judgment of paternity and maternity and pre-birth order of legal parentage).
at 324; see supra notes 16-18 and accompanying text (describing Restatement analysis of choice of law provisions); see also Hodas, 814 N.E.2d at 325-26 (applying Restatement principles).
(53) Hodas, 814 N.E.2d at 325 (applying first step of choice of law test based upon Massachusetts choice of law principles and recognizing relationship between Massachusetts and gestational carrier agreement); see RESTATEMENT (SECOND) OF CONFLICT OF LAWS, [section] 187(2)(a) (1989) (indicating state chosen by parties must have substantial relationship to parties or to transaction); see also Hodas, 814 N.E.2d at 325 (demonstrating Massachusetts' substantial relationship with agreement and court's influence by R.R.
(54) Hodas, 814 N.E.2d at 326 (recognizing Massachusetts' interest in providing stability and protection to children born through gestational carrier agreements); see Culliton, 756 N.E.2d at 1139 (establishing Massachusetts' interest in all children born in-state).
(55) Hodas, 814 N.E.2d at 325-26 (introducing Connecticut and New York as potential states with materially greater interests because intended parents lived in Connecticut while gestational carrier and her husband lived in New York).