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Walker Morris
Did you know all food and drink produced in GB but sold in the EU must have an EU contact address on the label?
Bristows
Under the terms of the Northern Ireland Protocol, different rules apply in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK when placing medical devices on the market.
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
As the nation prepared for muted Christmas celebrations at the end of last year, those in industry were able to feast on the Trade and Cooperation Agreement settled between the EU and UK ...
Bristows
Just over four years after it was published in the Official Journal, Regulation (EU) 2017/745 (the EU MDR) becomes applicable on 26 May 2021.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
On January 18 2021, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) published its Cloud Security for Healthcare Services report.
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BCL Solicitors LLP
The Food Safety and Hygiene (England) Regulations 2013 (‘the 2013 Regulations') set out various enforcement powers available to Food Standards Agency or local authority enforcement officers...
Doughty Street Chambers
The pandemic has made "covid security" vitally important to medical practitioners.
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
Welcome to RPC Bites. Our aim in the next 2 minutes is to provide you with a flavour of some key legal, regulatory and commercial developments in the Food & Drink sector over the last fortnight…
Stevens & Bolton
The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) Code of Practice sets out the requirements the industry must comply with, and supports companies' commitment to self-regulation...
BCL Solicitors LLP
On 19 April 2021, Tesco Stores Limited was fined £7.56 million at Birmingham Magistrates' Court after pleading guilty to twenty-two out of date food offences...
Bristows
In previous articles we have highlighted the low number of Notified Bodies as one of the medical device industry's most pressing concerns ahead of the date of application of the EU MDR, which is now only weeks away.
Bristows
Artificial Intelligence refers to the application of a broad range of computing techniques, from neural networks to machine learning, which are designed to mimic human behaviour.
Stevens & Bolton
To claim for breach of confidence in the UK, there are three key requirements: (i) the information itself must have the necessary "quality of confidence"; ...
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
Welcome to RPC Bites. Our aim in the next 2 minutes is to provide you with a flavour of some key legal, regulatory and commercial developments in the Food & Drink sector over the last fortnight…
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
Welcome to the spring quarterly roundup of regulatory developments in the life sciences sector affecting healthcare institutions - providing bite-size updates from around the industry.
Mathys & Squire
In the field of biotechnology, claims often include nucleotide or amino acid sequences that are defined in terms of their percentage identity or percentage similarity (amino acid sequences only)
Stevens & Bolton
As a heavily regulated sector, products, services and healthcare professionals are all subject to extensive legislative requirements...
Stevens & Bolton
Research and Development (R&D) refers to a specific project aimed at developing new products or processes that make an advance in science or technology
Stevens & Bolton
The industry has this week welcomed new guidance published by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency.
Bristows
The European Commission has issued a new flowchart to clarify when software will qualify as a medical device.
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