Below are the results for the search you conducted, if you cannot find the results you are looking for, please try widening your search options using the criteria on the left.
Data - to repeat a heavily-used soundbite - is "the new oil". But it's not just data which can be valuable, but how data is captured, classified, analysed, structured, repackaged and leveraged.
The Government has published its response to the consultation on the NIS Directive. This note highlights the key changes that will impact healthcare companies falling within the scope of the NIS Directive.
The UK Government has repeatedly declared its commitment to defending the country against cyber threats. As part of that commitment a five-year National Cyber Security Strategy (NCSS) was announced in November ...
While there has been a proliferation of mobile health (‘mHealth’) apps on the marketplace, concerns have grown that users and healthcare organisations are unable to access evidence of the quality and reliability of ...
Along with the rapid development of technology in the mobile sector, has come a growing number of health apps, which can keep track of and analyse everything from the number of steps taken each day to the ...
The European Commission released a first draft of what will become mHealth apps assessment guidelines at an open stakeholder meeting the 5th of May...
The Electronic Health Record Sharing System Ordinance came into effect on 2 December 2015. The Ordinance provides the legal framework for public and private hospitals and other healthcare providers to collect, ...
For the third time, Bird & Bird was the sole legal sponsor for the Cisco BIG Awards, offering a package of legal advice and mentoring support to this year's winner, Nwave Technologies, as part of their prize.
The European Commission has published a report on the status of the transposition into Member State national law of Directive 2014/24/EU, on patient rights in cross-border healthcare.
If an app is considered to be a diagnostic and/or therapeutic tool, the app is no longer "just an app", it is to be regarded as a "medical device", which gives rise to the imposing of certain legal obligations.
You can search by keyword, sector or practice area and then optionally filter by a location
Aerospace, Defence & Security
Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Energy & Utilities
Energy Network and Transmission
Oil & Gas
Mining and Minerals
Retail and Consumer
Food & Beverage
Food & Beverage Regulatory
Hotels & Leisure
Luxury, Fashion and Retail
Food & Beverage Regulatory Digest
Life Sciences and Healthcare
Technology & Communications
Devices and Components
Cloud, Software & Services
Online & Digital
Satellite and Space activities
Media, Entertainment and Sport
Banking & Finance
Competition & EU Law
Compliance & Investigations
Mergers & Acquisitions
Copyright & related rights
International HR Services
Employee Incentives and Benefits
Privacy and Data Protection
Data breach and Security Incidents
EU-US Privacy Shield
Data Protection Officer Services
GDPR Representative Services
Product compliance and liability
Regulatory & Public Affairs
Public Projects and Procurement
Construction and engineering
Regulatory and Administrative
Restructuring and Insolvency
Business Tax Advisory Services and Transfer Pricing
Trade and Customs
EU Trade Defence
Export Controls, Sanctions and Embargoes
Australia's Notifiable Data Breach Scheme
Glossary of terms used in relation to Brexit
Compliance & Investigations
General Data Protection Regulation
Guide to IP rights in the UK
In Your Corner
Navigating Hong Kong's Competition Law
Reports of Trade Mark Cases for CIPA Journal
Shareholders Directive II Tracker
The EU Trade Mark Reform - The biggest change to trade mark law for 20 years
The Internet of Things
The Unitary Patent and the Unified Patent Court
Unmanned Aerial Systems
Central and Eastern Europe
Russia and the CIS
Southeast Europe and Turkey
Switzerland and Austria
United Arab Emirates
Looking for news over 5 years old?