8th July 2014
Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP
This is a Product Liability Forum event and attendance is by invitation only.
This seminar concerns the important Glucosamine judgment handed down in May by the English High Court, and will review and analyse the recent case law on the categorisation of products as food supplements or medicines.
- Melissa Coutinho, MHRA
- Brian Kelly, Covington & Burling
About the PLF
The Institute's Product Liability Forum (PLF) was launched in 2004, following the success of a series of events and projects which attracted substantial interest from practitioners, industry and academia. The PLF enables the practical application of policy and developments in product liability and safety law to be considered by leading lawyers in private practice, industry, academia, regulatory bodies and senior business managers, consumer representatives, public servants, public affairs professionals and other specialist practitioners. Its role is to analyse and improve the conduct of policy and practice in the spheres of Product Liability, Product Safety and Mass Torts.
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