Legal question of the moment: if Roe [v. Wade]and its progeny are overruled, and state statutes (on the books) making abortion illegal are revived, may states lawfully prosecute providers for abortions done during the time it was legal?
If "yes," it would be prudent for lawyers to NOW (no pun intended) to advise their clients (individuals and entities [e.g., insurers, hospitals, etc.]) in regard to [potential] civil and criminal liability. Maybe to pursue legislative and exec[utive] pardons/amnesties, etc.
see also Jonathan F. Mitchell, The Writ-of-Erasure Fallacy, 104 Va. L. Rev. 933 (2018); Richard H. Fallon, Jr., If Roe were Overruled: Abortion and the Constitution in a Post-Roe World, 51 St. Louis U. L.J. 611 (2007).