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The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) Code of Practice is currently in a review and update process, intended to produce a revised version of the Code which will have...
Arnold & Porter
Life sciences companies are doing their best to conduct business through remote customer interactions, and many expect that the expanded use of the technologies that facilitate...
Arnold & Porter
On 11 June 2020, the European Medicines Agency (EMA), during its Management Board meeting, has endorsed the methodology and next steps leading to the go-live of the Clinical Trials Information System...
Arnold & Porter
Although the date of application of the Medical Devices Regulation (MDR) has been delayed by a year, to May 2021, the EU institutions continue to work on its implementation to ensure that the new framework is workable...
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Leigh Day
The 55-year-old, who we have called Louise, was diagnosed with cataracts and recommended the insertion of intraocular monovision lenses...
BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL associate Daniel Jackson's article 'Clarity and transparency now provided for the sentencing of offenders with mental disorders,...
Leigh Day
The sounds of a call for a public inquiry into incidents of poor care around childbirth in the UK are becoming increasingly louder.
Leigh Day
The Medicines and Healthcare Regulation Authority (MHRA), the UK regulator of medicines and medical devices, has issued a Medical Device Alert (MDA) about USS II Polyaxial Heads.
Leigh Day
In 2020, it is safe to say that technology has revolutionised the life of consumers. The fast-paced digital growth has altered consumer expectations drastically, ...
Leigh Day
The 20m (65ft) crane crashed on to the development and two terrace houses in Compton Close in East London on 8 July 2020.
Leigh Day
Groups representing families affected by the use in pregnancy of the epilepsy drug Sodium Valproate have delivered their response to the Cumberlege Review, published July 8.
Leigh Day
The safety of your unborn baby is undoubtedly of paramount importance to a woman who is considering a pregnancy.
Leigh Day
A woman whose follow-up care for bowel surgery left her with irreversible kidney damage has been awarded a settlement which will allow her to continue to pursue her claim at a later date.
Leigh Day
An announcement of the inquiry was made by the Parliamentary Health and Social Care Committee chair, former Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, on Friday, 24 July.
Leigh Day
The current pandemic has caused many expectant mothers increased anxiety over the last past few months, but there is now additional concern for women from Black, Asian and other Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
Leigh Day
The Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review, by which Baroness Julia Cumberlege published her report, First Do No Harm, will cease to exist from Friday, 31 July.
Brabners LLP
As with any business, clubs will wish to ensure that those who work for them, whether on or off the pitch...
Leigh Day
The man, who we are calling John, was employed by Greenwich and Bexley Area Health Authority.
Clyde & Co
NHS Resolution's claims mediation service was launched on 5 December 2016 and has since then proved extremely successful as a means of supporting patients..
Clyde & Co
The US Department of Justice announced on May 13 that Omnicare Inc., a subsidiary of CVS, has agreed to pay a $15.3 million civil penalty.
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