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Arnold & Porter
Alexander Roussanov discusses his time as the former senior legal adviser at the European Medicines Agency (EMA). What is the best way to interact with the agency and how can companies...
Butler Snow LLP
From 2004 to 2014, clinical trials in the EU and countries in the European Economic Area (collectively known as EU/EEA Countries) were subject to the EU Clinical Trial Directive 2001/20/EC...
Arnold & Porter
Jackie Mulryne discusses how life sciences companies with novel products may not fit into the existing regulatory regime in the EU/UK.
Arnold & Porter
On 14 July 2022, the European Commission published a proposal for a Regulation on the safety and quality of substances of human origin (SoHO) intended for human application.
Marks & Clerk
As the price of rare bottles and casks of Scotch whisky has risen in recent years, inevitably too have entrepreneurs trying to turn this into an investable opportunity.
Lanyon Bowdler
When a person lacks capacity; this could be by reason of a disability, a mental health condition, illness or injury, they are not always able to make decisions for themselves...
Kilburn & Strode
In days gone by, the Food & Drink sector was fairly static. The shelves were filled with heritage brands, many going back decades, and things changed very little in terms of products, methods of manufacture and so on.
McDermott Will & Emery
After almost a year of negotiations among congressional Democrats and the White House, the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA) was signed into law by President Biden on August 16, 2022.
Potter Clarkson
Advanced materials like graphene, carbon fibre composites, ceramics, nanomaterials and biomaterials are increasingly being employed in almost every type of product, ...
Kilburn & Strode
Cultured or lab-grown meat promises to revolutionise the way meat products are produced and consumed. Cutting out resource-intensive animal farming and instead growing food products...
Wrigleys Solicitors
Deprivation of capital – new guidance issued by the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman.
Kilburn & Strode
A colleague recently commented that if AlphaFold can predict structures now as accurately as they can be determined experimentally, aren't structural biologists now redundant?
BCL Solicitors LLP
The challenges of tackling international financial crime with national law enforcement are legion, says John Binns, a partner in the financial crime team at BCL Solicitors.
Lanyon Bowdler
It is common knowledge in the UK that patients have a right to accept or refuse medical treatment, placing an obligation upon healthcare professionals to obtain their patients' consent prior to undertaking...
Lanyon Bowdler
From 1 June 2022, almost every medical practice in England will no longer take prescription orders over the telephone.
Herbert Smith Freehills
In R. (on the application of Kellogg Marketing and Sales Co (UK) Ltd) v Secretary of State for Health and Social Care [2022] EWHC 1710 (Admin) the High Court dismissed all four grounds of a ...
RWK Goodman
Individuals have a right under the NHS Constitution to request that their personal confidential data is not used for any purpose "beyond [their] own care and treatment".
RWK Goodman
The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) have published information about the mandatory data to be provided via the Capacity Tracker from 31 July 2022.
Marks & Clerk
With £94 million committed by the Treasury towards the second phase of the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme, advancements in quantum technology look set to revolutionise...
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Asbestos was used extensively in UK commercial and residential buildings in the 20th century, primarily for insulation, flooring and roofing, as well as being sprayed on ceilings and walls.
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