Public and Regulatory News

Enforcing the Novel Food regime - Part 1: Overview and Rationale – by Jonathan Underhill

In the first of a short series of bite size articles, Jonathan Underhill takes a deeper look into the enforcement of the Novel Food regime and seeks to identify and breakdown the powers made available to those agencies, who are tasked with securing compliance. In this article Jonathan gives an introductory overview of ·   The imported […]

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3PB identifies flaws in the draft Curriculum and Assessment (Wales) Bill

3PB’s specialist public law barrister Matthew Wyard has reviewed the draft Curriculum and Assessment (Wales) bill. The bill was introduced to the Senedd on 6 July 2020 without prior public consultation. Matthew concludes that whilst the background and the rationale to the Bill are admirable, the way in which the Bill is drafted and the […]

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Recording now available: professional discipline during Covid-19

3PB barristers Nicholas Leviseur and Daniel Brown were joined by Carl Johnson, Partner and Head of the Regulatory Department of Stephensons Solicitors, this week to present a webinar on professional discipline during Covid-19. Nicholas spoke about The Health Protection ( Coronavirus Restrictions) ( England) Regulations 2020 - the legislative framework which has permitted the British government to place everyone […]

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3PB offers guidance about legitimate rights and anti social behaviour in Black Lives Matter protests

3PB’s pupil barrister Mariya Peykova has reviewed the use of police tactics to disperse protestors and the fine line between protesting and anti social behaviour. Over the last few weeks, there have been large-scale protests across the UK prompted by Black Lives Matters which have attracted large scale support, alongside rising complaints of anti-social behaviour. […]

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3PB reviews the law regulating novel foods and how to bring them into the UK market

3PB’s Public and Regulatory Law barrister Matthew Wyard has reviewed the law regulating novel food products in the UK, specifically how those supplying unlicensed food products can determine whether they are supplying novel food products and how to submit an application through the EU regime for approval of novel food products. Additionally, the law concerning […]

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3PB’s Matthew Wyard discusses UK Market Authorisation for new medicinal products

3PB’s Public and Regulatory barrister Matthew Wyard has provided an overview of the MHRA’s Market Authorisation process for bringing new products to market in the UK. Designed for the pharmaceutical industry and those advising them, this article looks at the different types of authorisation available and the process for approving medicines in the UK. To […]

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