That article was extremely disturbing. I didn't even get to the law suit part as I got stuck with the moral issue of choosing a sperm donor from a catalogue. I mean really? Is that a special service you can get with some extra cash or a standard procedure when using donated sperm in the US? I'm not from The States so this is a sincere question. I personally wouldn't want to know the donor and I think that the donor should stay anonymous to the parents. Although I think it's fair to assume that the future parents could be the biological parents of the child to be born by the overall appearance (which includes race of course).
Which brings me to the next issue. The law suit. Technically speaking, the parents chose the donor from the catalogue like the pair of shoes (sorry, I have hard times getting over this) but they were delivered the wrong color of shoes which didn't fit the rest of the outfit. The return wasn't an option in this shoe company because the order was tailor made so yeah, guess they have right to have their money back.
BUT. We are talking about a human being. Market laws don't apply here. If I were a judge I never ever would take this case. It's just... wrong.
...And what's with the parents publishing the photo of their daughter like it's an evidence of "the mistake" that has been occurred. I'm disgusted.