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Major changes to therapeutic goods regime in Australia commence soon
Forthcoming significant amendments to the Therapeutic Goods Act will open new pathways for pharmaceutical companies.
Australia
20 Feb 2018
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CU LAB: Health care: the new frontier for cyber security
This article discusses how cybersecurity is an issue in health care since much of our information is being digitalised.
Australia
22 May 2017
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The Fertility Control Clinic case: When are decision-makers allowed to make an error?
This Victorian decision was a timely reminder that not every erroneous conclusion will lead a court to issue a remedy.
Australia
9 Sep 2015
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Innovators to be hardest hit by PBS Access and Sustainability Package
Innovator pharmaceutical companies will be hit by changes brought about by the PBS Access and Sustainability Package.
Australia
7 Jun 2015
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Court declines to imply words of limitation into treatment order power
A recent Supreme Court decision provides some insight into how courts approach invitations to read words into a statute.
Australia
6 Feb 2015
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Methods of medical treatment patentable in Australia; infringement by cross-label use is fact-dependent
The High Court supports the side of common sense and the status quo when it comes to patentability of medical treatment.
Australia
13 Dec 2013
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NSW Supreme Court gives important guidance about damages in wrongful birth claims
The decision in Waller v James should provide useful future guidance in wrongful birth claims.
Australia
14 May 2013
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It lives! ANZTPA rises from the dead
The joint Australian and New Zealand therapeutic goods agency is back on the agenda.
Australia
24 Feb 2012
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Senate Committee recommends against banning gene patents - Patent Amendment (Human Genes and Biological Materials) Bill 2010
Proposed legislation The proposes a ban not just on patenting human genes, but a wide range of biological materials.
Australia
14 Oct 2011
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New Royal Adelaide Hospital Project: a state-of-the-art hospital
Discusses the New Royal Adelaide Hospital Project.
Australia
10 Jun 2011
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What's prior disclosure of pharmaceutical compounds?
The recent decision in Albany Molecular Research Inc v Alphapharm Pty Ltd [2011] FCA 102 is a useful decision in determining how a court will deal with allegations of prior disclosure in relation to compounds where there is not sufficient information to enable the disclosed compound to be produced.
Australia
10 Mar 2011
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Copyright in medical records: where is the "independent intellectual effort"?
. . . copyright does not automatically exist in a medical records such as prescriptions, health summaries, referral letters and consultation notes. She determined that the existence of copyright in a medical record must be determined on a case-by-case basis.
Australia
17 Jan 2011
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The Latest Research Into Healthcare PPPs - Implications For Australia
The report and the planned ongoing research and analysis are valuable and welcome additions to the discussion on the use of the PPP model in the healthcare sector in Australia.
Australia
10 Aug 2010
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What´s Up Doc? The Doctor´s Duty Of Care To Third Parties
Broadly speaking, a doctor does not owe a duty of care to third parties. The courts have however recognised that in specific situations a doctor might, with lawful excuse, disclose his patient's health information to third parties or the public at large.
Australia
10 Oct 2009
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Food For Thought: Recent Changes To Victorian Food Regulation Are Good News For Business
Victoria's food laws have been amended, affecting the classification and regulation of food premises.
Australia
14 Sep 2009
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Health Claims And Food Products: A New Chapter In The P293 Saga
Food Standards Australia New Zealand ("FSANZ") has recently released Proposal P293 Nutrition, Health & Related Claims Consultation Paper for first review.
Australia
29 Apr 2009
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Yummy Little Pillows Of Fruit - But What Sort?
For some time now, the ACCC has been giving attention to representations involving fruit on food packaging and in labelling (see for example Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v Cadbury Schweppes Pty Ltd [2004] FCA 516).
Australia
16 Apr 2009
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When Is Enough Enough?
The question of how to represent the fruit content in foods and drink vexes many manufacturers where a mixture of fruits are used and the predominant flavour may not be the main fruit ingredient.
Australia
16 Apr 2009
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Educator Or Promoter - Are You At Risk Of An Identity Crisis?
Pharmaceutical companies should be increasingly wary of implementing aggressive educational campaigns and should familiarise themselves with their compliance obligations.
Australia
15 May 2008
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Patenting Enantiomers – Court Decides There Is Nothing Sinister
Generally, in Australia, a single enantiomer is a patentable invention despite the existence of a patent claiming the racemic mixture.
Australia
5 Oct 2007
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