The Prime Minister of the UK has unexpectedly announced that she intends to hold a General Election on 8 June. Theresa May had repeatedly denied that she had intended to do so. She announced that she had changed her mind “recently and reluctantly” because “the country is coming together but Westminster is not”. View Full Post
This article was originally posted on our sister blog Inside Medical Devices
Anna Wawrzyniak, PhD, contributed to this post.
Earlier this week, in a plenary vote, the EU Parliament endorsed
the texts of the Regulation on Medical Devices (the “Regulation”—latest version available here
) and the parallel Regulation on In-Vitro
Diagnostic Medical Devices (the “IVD Regulation”—latest version available here
). View Full Post
If a couple had conceived on the evening of the Brexit referendum, there is a reasonable chance that the baby would be born on 29 March, the date on which the Prime Minister will finally trigger Article 50 and send notice to the European Council. View Full Post
In a recent interview with Tax Analysts
, Pascal Saint-Amans, director of the OECD’s Centre for Tax Policy and Administration, was asked how concerned he was that the UK will end up going the tax haven route following withdrawal from the EU. View Full Post
Recently, the Council of State (i.e.
, the Italian supreme administrative court and consultative body) adopted an important advisory opinion
, which allows for improved access to investigational medicines by patients in Italy. View Full Post