Mondaq UK: Food, Drugs, Healthcare, Life Sciences
Elkington and Fife LLP
Following a Notice of the European Commission related to certain parts of the EU Biotech Directive (98/44/EC), the EPO has decided to stay all examination and opposition proceedings...
Field Fisher
On 15 March 2017, the Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") ruled on cases C-323/15 P (Polynt v ECHA) and C-324/15 P (Hitachi Chemical Europe and Polynt v ECHA) under...
Clyde & Co
Correia v University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust [2017] EWCA Civ 356.
Deloitte
Last week marked both Mental Health Awareness Week and Dying Matters Awareness Week.
Deloitte
This week I hosted a panel discussion on how we, as individuals approach health and wellbeing in the workplace and in our private lives.
Jones Day
The MHRA also announced a series of measures aimed at supporting innovation and improved access.
Mayer Brown
On May 2, the European Commission published a Notice to Marketing Authorisation Holders of Centrally Authorised Medicinal Products.
Pinsent Masons LLP
The UK has the potential to be a global leader in regenerative medicine, an expert has said.
Pinsent Masons LLP
New medical devices laws have been published in the EU's Official Journal.
Deloitte
This week we launched our report Unravelling complexity: The challenge of compliance in the life sciences supply chain.
Deloitte
The pharmaceutical industry is facing a ‘tidal wave' of complex age and behaviour related diseases creating increased economic, scientific and delivery risks.
Deloitte
Since the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU), some eight months ago, the ongoing debate has been dominated by uncertainty - with limited guidance on how to plan for changes to come.
Clyde & Co
In Malone –v- Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board [2017] CSOH 31, the Court of Session considered informed consent to diagnostic medical procedures.
Deloitte
While discussions around Brexit took centre stage last week, it was also a significant week for awareness building in mental health, including mental health in the workplace.
Davidson Chalmers LLP
For those providing NHS Dental services a key consideration is how they are paid. One aspect of this is the payments received for providing compliant premises.
Davidson Chalmers LLP
Dentist contractors in Scotland will be reimbursed for certain premises costs by the NHS so long as they satisfy a number of criteria. One condition of reimbursement is that the practice is a 'fully or partially NHS committed practice'.
Davidson Chalmers LLP
In the UK the National Health Service can sometimes be seen as a badge of honour. Free access to healthcare at the point of need has been a defining feature of social fabric since the upheavals of World War Two.
Reed Smith
This guest post – only our second post ever on European issues is brought to you by Reed Smith partners Marilyn Moberg and (in the UK) associate Bond, Kathryn Bond (sorry, couldn't resist).
Clyde & Co
A GP defended at trial by Richard Manstoff of the Clyde's Healthcare team was this month found not to have breached any duty of care owed to a patient who presented with a swelling ...
Gowling WLG
Africa is experiencing a period of strong economic growth, which in turn is accelerating the development and diversification of the health and care sector across the continent.
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Deloitte
The pharmaceutical industry continues to face regulatory and reimbursement hurdles weighing on the research and development returns of pharmaceutical firms this year.
Deloitte
This week's blog by Amen Sanghera, an analyst here at the Centre, takes a deeper dive into 3D printing technology and its current and future uses across the healthcare and life sciences industry.
Mayer Brown
On May 2, the European Commission published a Notice to Marketing Authorisation Holders of Centrally Authorised Medicinal Products.
Bishop and Sewell LLP
It is difficult to comprehend that you would ever lose the ability to manage your own affairs but mental and physical incapacity can happen to anyone at any time.
Reed Smith
This guest post – only our second post ever on European issues is brought to you by Reed Smith partners Marilyn Moberg and (in the UK) associate Bond, Kathryn Bond (sorry, couldn't resist).
Dehns
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), one of the world's leading pharmaceutical companies, recently announced that it is adopting a new approach to patenting its products around the world with the aim of...
Deloitte
Since the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU), some eight months ago, the ongoing debate has been dominated by uncertainty - with limited guidance on how to plan for changes to come.
Gowling WLG
Africa is experiencing a period of strong economic growth, which in turn is accelerating the development and diversification of the health and care sector across the continent.
Pinsent Masons LLP
New medical devices laws have been published in the EU's Official Journal.
iGlobal Law
After consultation and a conference, the European Commission has published its Recommendation for a "compass … for upward convergence towards better working and living conditions in Europe".
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