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Zika Virus: Appropriate Workplace Responses

The Zika virus has been the topic of much discussion and anxiety for many weeks. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has now issued travel warnings for more than two dozen countries in the...more

Data Transmission, Personalized Medicine, and Privacy

Health care analytics make use of patient data to inform treatment decisions and is increasingly moving front and center in personalized medicine. For example, the President’s Precision Medicine Initiative (see post of...more

Blood on the Tracks Hits No. 1 and the Lessons Learned from SciClone

On this week in 1975, Bob Dylan’s 15th studio album, Blood on the Tracks, reached the Number 1 album slot on the Billboard charts. This was in spite of no song rising above the 31st slot on the single charts. It came out in...more

Do the Restrictions on Advertising with Nutrition and Health Claims also Apply to Communications Addressed Exclusively to Health...

The Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) will soon decide on the issue of whether the restrictions on promoting foodstuffs with nutrition and health claims also apply to communications addressed exclusively to health...more

US Policy Scan 2016

Virtually the only certain political outcome of 2016 is that voters will select a new president to enter the White House in 2017. Against this backdrop, the legislative and electoral outlook in Washington, DC, remains steeped...more

Africa Update - January 2016 #3

Leading the News - Burkina Faso - On January 15th, Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) claimed responsibility for a string of attacks in Burkina Faso that took the lives of 29 civilians from at least seven...more

Understanding Temporary Employment Visas

Foreign workers who enter the United States on temporary employment visas come from various occupations. These include technology specialists, scientists, researchers, nurses, agricultural workers,religious workers, athletes,...more

Corporate Investigations & White Collar Defense - January 2016

The FCPA in 2016: DOJ and SEC Focus on International Cooperation and Investigation of Individuals - Why it matters: As we reported in our December 2015 newsletter, both SEC Enforcement Director Andrew Ceresney and DOJ...more

The Department of Justice is Committed to Protecting Consumers from “Bad Medicine”

Last month, the Acting Associate Attorney General Stuart F. Delery, announced that the Department of Justice (DOJ) would continue to target illegitimate online pharmacies, which pose a threat to drug safety and undermine...more

Africa Update - January 2016 #2

Leading the News - Burundi - On January 12th, the Burundian Justice Ministry indicated the verdict on the trial of former Defense Minister Cyrille Ndayirukiye and 27 others accused of plotting the failed coup...more

Review of the 2015 Global IPO Market

According to Renaissance Capital’s 2015 Annual Review of the Global IPO Market, a total of 310 IPOs were completed in 2015 raising $156.5 billion in proceeds. This is a 35% decrease from 2014’s figures, yet remains higher...more

2016 Trends #3: Board Expectations for Ethics & Compliance Oversight Get More Specific, Uniform and Comprehensive

According to the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations—and similar provisions found in other guidelines worldwide—an organization’s governing body is responsible to “exercise reasonable oversight with respect to the...more

Traveling for Medical Care — The Increasing Popularity of Medical Tourism

Medical tourism is the term used to describe the movement of patients across international borders in pursuit of medical care and treatment. While in the United States the term is usually associated with Americans leaving the...more

Africa Update - December 2015 #3

Leading the News - Libya: On December 11th, the new United Nations (U.N.) Special Representative for Libya Martin Kobler announced the parties to the country’s political dialogue process reached an agreement to...more

China's New Rules on Donations to Healthcare Entities - Implications for Multinational Companies

In August 2015, the PRC Health and Family Planning Commission (the "NHFPC"), the agency responsible for regulating the Chinese healthcare industry, issued the Administrative Measures on the Acceptance of Public Welfare...more

Health Alert (Australia) - December 14, 2015

In This Issue: Judgments; Legislation; and Reports - Excerpt from Judgments - New South Wales - 7 December 2015 - Health Care Complaints Commission v Ostendorf [2015] NSWCATOD 137 - The New South...more

International News: Focus on Tax - Issue 3, 2015

The breadth of the articles contained in our Focus on Tax this issue demonstrates the perennial importance of this topic to global businesses and international high net worth individuals. We examine topics ranging from...more

The CMA will see you now

On 3 December 2015, the Competition and Markets Authority (“CMA”) wrote an open letter to private medical practitioners in the UK stressing the importance of making independent commercial decisions and warning against...more

Russian Government sets restrictions on state purchases of foreign medicines (the "third one is not wanted" rule)

On December 2, 2015 the Russian Government published its Resolution No. 1289 on Restrictions and Conditions for Admission of Medicines on the List of Vital and Essential Medicines Originating in Foreign States for the...more

Africa Update - December 2015

Leading the News - Nigeria: On December 1st, the United Nations (U.N.) reported nearly 450 schools have reopened in Borno state, Nigeria since October after being closed for more than 18 months following the Boko...more

Alyson Lewis on Pandemics and the Medical PL Market [Video]

Alyson Lewis of Ironshore and panelist for the 2015 PLUS Conference session “Coming to America: PLI Exposures from Ebola and Other Pandemics” joined us in the Media Zone to discuss the insurance considerations relating to...more

Enbrel Biosimilar in Europe and US

On November 19, 2015, the European Medicines Agency’s (EMA) Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) gave a positive opinion, recommending marketing authorization of Benepali, the first biosimilar of Enbrel...more

Telemedicine Going Global in 2016

International markets – particularly developing countries with a need for the depth of expertise offered by U.S. health care providers – will play a significant role in driving telemedicine growth and continued health care...more

Health Alert (Australia) - November 23, 2015

In This Issue: -Judgments; Legislation; and Reports -Excerpt from Judgments: Commonwealth. Federal Court - 17 November 2015 - Burnett v Eastern Health [2015] FCA 1247 The Federal Court of Australia...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 11.23.15

Clocking in at an as-promised $150 billion, the Pfizer/Allergan merger is a done deal, marking one of the biggest ever takeovers in the health care industry. As mentioned here last week, the deal finalization comes on the...more

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