JR in the Pharmaceuticals Sector: An Update
Abstract:An earlier article outlined the application of judicial review in the pharmaceuticals sector.1 As noted there, judicial review has become an ever-increasingly important feature of the law in this sector, and most such reviews have taken place at the instance of third parties rather than those directly the subject of the decision. In the short period of time since that article there have been a number of further developments, which this article seeks to summarise.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 1998
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