- What does the UK's withdrawal from the EU mean for the life sciences sector?
- What is the relevance of the Withdrawal Agreement to the life sciences sector?
- What is the impact of Brexit for the life sciences sector?
- Marketing authorisations
- Notified Bodies
- Circulation of goods placed on the EU market
- Market surveillance
- UK participation to the European Medicines Agency
- Supplementary protection certificates (SPCs)
- Plant variety rights
- What does this mean in practice?
- The political declaration on the future UK-EU relationship does not refer anymore to 'a trading relationship on goods that is as close as possible'. What are the main consequences for the sector if the UK regulatory framework diverges from that of the EU?
Life Sciences analysis: Following the ratification of the Withdrawal Agreement, Sally Shorthouse, Partner at Bird & Bird discusses the impact of Brexit on the life sciences sector in the UK.
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