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Life sciences and health care horizons 2021

Companies in the life sciences and health care industry navigated unparalleled challenges in 2020. The pandemic forced the development and adoption of new technologies and innovations...

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IoT in the EU: Lessons from COVID-19, and next steps for liability and regulation

The IoT sector has exploded over the past few years, and, even taking into account the globally inhibitive effects of COVID-19, this growth shows few long-term signs of abating. The...


Court of Justice clarifies cosmetics labelling requirements in the EU
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In a judgment on 17 December 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union (EU) provided a preliminary ruling on consumer information for cosmetic products according to Regulation (EC)...


Looking ahead to 2021: AI – A brave new world?

In recent years, AI has become a buzzword in life sciences and health care as the technology has developed to create applications from drug discovery to diagnostics to therapeutics. Most...

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International products law review 2020: Issue 78

We're pleased to bring you the latest issue of our International Products Law Review from contributors across our Global Products Law practice.

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New European collective actions legislation approved

24 November 2020 marks the final approval of the new European collective actions legislation, the Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on representative actions for the...


Clarification on environmental liability – judgment of the court of justice of the European Union

On 9 July 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union (the Court) provided for clarifications regarding Directive 2004/35/CE on environmental liability with regard to the prevention...

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Compromise on EU class action system to be approved by European Parliament

Directive on representative actions for the protection of the collective interest of consumers is a game changer for collective redress.


EU Member States agree on interoperability specifications for national COVID-19 tracing apps

Digital tools such as mobile apps with warning and tracing functionalities that identify contacts of confirmed COVID-19 infections are said to be crucial for alerting users to the risk of...

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