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Organ Donation: The New Law

Published on 28 February 2019. By Emma Kislingbury, Associate

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An "opt-out" system for organ donation is expected to come into effect in England next year after passing the final parliamentary vote this week

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From rehabilitative robotics to automated imaging: educating the workforce for the digital future

Published on 19 February 2019. By Emma Kislingbury, Associate

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An independent review into the future impact of digital technology identifies a pressing need for specialist training within the healthcare workforce.

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Projecting into the future of the medical products sector

Published on 13 December 2018. By Emma Kislingbury, Associate and Peter Rudd-Clarke, Legal Director

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In the final instalment of our vlog series, we look at recently published books by Yuval Noah Harari and Stephen Hawking to help us better understand and project into the future of the medical products sector.

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Artificial intelligence and diagnostics in the medical sector

Published on 06 December 2018. By Emma Kislingbury, Associate and Peter Rudd-Clarke, Legal Director

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Our Medical and Life Sciences team take a look at the use of artificial intelligence and diagnostics in the second instalment of this 3 part vlog series.

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The future of the medical products sector

Published on 28 November 2018. By Peter Rudd-Clarke, Legal Director and Emma Kislingbury, Associate

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In the first of our vlog series we focus on the future of the medical products sector, specifically where the sector is heading and what risks and opportunities might lie ahead.

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Medicinal Cannabis: the debate continues

Published on 13 July 2018. By Emma Kislingbury, Associate

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With the debate over medicinal cannabis still going strong, we update you on recent developments which have dominated the headlines.

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A spa day, on doctor's orders…

Published on 18 May 2018. By Emma Kislingbury, Associate

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We are increasingly focussed on living more sustainably with what we eat and the products that we use. Applying a similar mind-set to medicine, might we see a resurgence of traditional natural therapeutic treatments like spa treatments?

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Mr Justice Langstaff to chair contaminated blood inquiry

Published on 13 February 2018. By Emma Kislingbury, Associate

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Mr Justice Langstaff will lead the public inquiry into how contaminated blood transfusions infected thousands of people with HIV and hepatitis C in the 1970s and 80s

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Organ donation: have your say

Published on 26 January 2018. By Emma Kislingbury, Associate

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Organ donation is, for some, a difficult topic of conversation, but a Government consultation is encouraging us to think about it and share our views.

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Cabinet office to oversee contaminated blood inquiry

Published on 03 November 2017. By Emma Kislingbury, Associate

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Statutory public inquiry announced into how contaminated blood transfusions infected thousands with HIV and hepatitis C in the 1970s and 80s.

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The costs of surrogacy: a valid and separate head of claim

Published on 20 September 2017. By Emma Kislingbury, Associate

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A claimant has been awarded £74,000 for the costs of a surrogacy arrangement, following a hospital's delay in diagnosing cervical cancer.

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Letting Go Of The Wheel

Published on 28 May 2015. By Emma Kislingbury, Associate

If you are someone who finds yourself regularly gripping the car steering wheel in frustration or mouthing obscenities at your fellow road users in a frenzied rage, then you may have welcomed the recent launch of the UK trials for driverless cars.

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Cyber Insurance: A Critical Weapon In The War On Cyber Attack

Published on 17 April 2015. By Emma Kislingbury, Associate

It will have been hard to have missed the reports of the recent surge in high profile cyber attacks – whether in relation to the Kaspersky Labs $1bn cyber robbery, points stealing from British Airways' air-miles accounts or the Sony Pictures hack following controversy over the film The Interview.

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Print your heart out

Published on 12 May 2014. By Emma Kislingbury, Associate

All chocoholics will know that feeling of overwhelming panic when, in desperate need of a chocolate fix, you discover the cupboards are empty.

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