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On its part, the UK government recently introduced legislation to establish a new route for the lawful supply of prescription-only medicines from GB to NI.
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton
Starting January 1, 2022, the use of E171 titanium dioxide as a food additive will be banned in Europe. The European Commission's proposal to ban E171 in food products throughout the...
Arnold & Porter
As part of its vision to build a European Health Union, the European Commission (Commission) announced the new pharmaceutical strategy for Europe (Strategy) on 25 November 2020.
On 13 October the European Commission (EC) announced a new package of proposals relating to the implementation of the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Health and social care workers have been facing unprecedented pressures during the COVID-19 pandemic. The new wave of Omicron cases has swept across the UK causing staff shortages across the sector.
Fear of a "mental health crisis across the health and social care sector" in the UK has been expressed by Dr Talya Greene, the lead author of a Frontline COVID study report recently published in the European Journal of Psychotraumatology.
Ropes & Gray LLP
The UK's National Security and Investments Act ("NSIA") came into force today, granting the UK Government, through the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy ("BEIS"), the power to review transactions that may give rise to a national security risk.
David Thompson, Partner at BLM and member of the Amputation Subject Matter Group hosts a Q&A session with Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon, Professor Grimer, on osseointegration in amputation cases.
Celine Martin v Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust – recent High Court ruling considering the question of double recovery in care claims where there was already statutory funding in place.
COVID-19 ripped through society and has forced change across all aspects of healthcare for years to come. Even those fortunate not to have contracted the virus or suffer severely from its effects may still face consequences,...
1 Chancery Lane
1. A recent trio of dental treatment claims (Ramdhean v Agedo (2020), Breakingbury v Croad (2021) and Hughes v Rattan (2021)) have all resulted in findings that a dental practice...
This month's CLIP is a column by Andrew C. Finch & Stefan Geirhofer entitled ‘Features of Procompetitive Collaborations in the Life Sciences' which considers the potential antitrust risk...
Albert Goodman
With the shortage of nursing and care staff in the UK quoted frequently in the media, many care providers are experiencing difficulties recruiting for vacant positions.
On Friday 22 October, Baroness Meacher's Assisted Dying Bill progressed to the Committee Stage after being debated in the House of Lords.
The public challenge brought by claimants Dr Cathy Gardner and Fay Harris in respect of the government's COVID-19 hospital discharge policy reconvened on Friday, 22 October.
On 26 October 2021 the Office for National Statistics released the latest data from the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings.
BLM's Natalie Puce has authored an article for ALARM which examines the hardening of financial penalties to improve fire safety measures in buildings.
Marks & Clerk
As a keen, but slow, runner I am very aware that running is a great way to unwind after a stressful day.
Earlier in this series we considered some of the potential uses of synthetic mRNA to prevent or treat diseases.
Collas Crill
At the beginning of 2021 we were facing lockdowns and further restrictions after Christmas got cancelled. Come the end of the year, many of us faced another diminished Christmas.
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