Tag: UK Law

UK-specific guidance for the application and management of clinical trials in the context of COVID-19

Sarah-Jane Dobson and Amal Ali

The UK’s MHRA has stated it will be particularly flexible and pragmatic in authorising clinical trials connected to COVID-19, referring to its previous track record of having acted swiftly in past public health crises

COVID-19 and consumer rights in the UK

Jamie Humphreys and Carol Holley

Considerations for UK companies regarding the significant impact the ongoing restrictions will have on businesses and their consumers.

Chemical Independency

Edward Turtle and Olivia Flasch

Government will take caution dealing with chemicals in event of “no deal” Brexit

English Court of Appeal checks its privilege; decides it still applies

Jamie Humphreys

A recent decision by the English courts has confirmed that litigation privilege is available for criminal investigations

Brexit – a new approach for the “New Approach”

Rod Freeman

UK Government’s second set of guidance on “No Deal” Brexit highlights complications for manufacturers and sellers of CE marked products.

English Court of Appeal considers rules on parent company liability

Jamie Humphreys and Julia Maskell

The Court of Appeal has refused an appeal by victims of post-election violence in Kenya to impose liability on the parent company of the tea plantation where they worked.

‘A little less conversation, a little more action’: UK House of Lords report enters the AI debate

Mark Deem

Select Committee of the Upper House makes recommendations for the UK to realise its AI potential.