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In Teva v Leo, Mr Justice Birss was asked to decide whether two patents relating to a combined formulation for treatment of psoriasis were valid and infringed.
People have responded to the technological revolution by working longer hours and refusing to leave the office behind even when they can be prised from the desk.
Does the fact that a person is obese mean they are, or could be, ‘disabled’ for the purposes of the Equality Act 2010?
The Court of Appeal has unanimously held that a parent company was not liable for industrial disease suffered by an employee of a subsidiary.
In a recent Technical Board of Appeal decision, the European Patent Office has shed some light upon the boundaries of the prohibition against double patenting.
In Rose, the Administrative Court considered whether a CCG had acted unlawfully in failing to follow guidance issued by NICE.
In February 2013, the European Commission released a draft Network and Information Security Directive.
Allowing independent providers into the NHS Pension Scheme — tackling recruitment issues and facilitating the movement of staff
From 1 April 2014, an independent provider who meets the relevant eligibility criteria will be able to apply to become an employing authority in the NHS Pension Scheme.
Part of the cross-government Health, Work and Wellbeing initiative, the ‘Health and Work Service’ will provide occupational health advice and support for employers and employees.
There may be circumstances when disclosure of a party’s insurance arrangements can be ordered by the court
A group of litigants has been granted an order for disclosure of a defendant’s insurance arrangements in respect of the defendant’s potential liability in the litigation.
Will dismissal always fall within the range of reasonable responses where gross misconduct is found?
Does the fact that a person is obese mean they are, or could be, ‘disabled’? The CJEU has been asked by Denmark whether discrimination on the grounds of obesity is contrary to EU law.
This month, the Competition Commission has published its provisional decision on remedies arising from its private healthcare market investigation.
This white paper from Wragge & Co summarises definitions pertaining to the European Connected Health Alliance.