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Competition / antitrust, the constant constraint on pharmaceuticals, healthcare and life sciences - where the action has been in 2018 and what lies ahead
The article covers recent investigations, actions, outcomes and future trends in competition law in this industry sector.
Australia
6 Feb 2019
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Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety – Terms of Reference announced
The highly anticipated Terms of Reference for the Royal Commission into the aged care industry have now been released.
Australia
11 Oct 2018
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You drive … Me crazy - duty of care of hospital after discharge of mentally-ill patient
The decision considers whether and to what extent a duty of care is owed by a hospital after the discharge of a patient.
Australia
25 Dec 2014
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Healthcare leaders talk transparency in Australia and the US
Australia should not "rush" into greater data reporting until the US experience under the Sunshine Act becomes clearer.
Australia
5 Nov 2014
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Supreme Court class actions: ‘opt-out proceedings’ and their potential to hinder a global settlement
The proposed group settlement of a class action was jeopardised by a lone person who had opted out of the group.
Australia
11 Jun 2014
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Health Ombudsman Act 2013 (QLD): A New Landscape for the Regulation of Health Professionals in Queensland
On 20 August 2013 the Health Ombudsman Act (the Act) was passed into law in Queensland.
Australia
9 Jun 2014
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Investing to cure disease: Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF)
The fund will result in a significant boost to the level of research funding, and new technologies to be commercialised.
Australia
21 May 2014
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It's confirmed: Methods for medical treatment of the human body is patentable subject matter
The High Court has had to determine whether methods for medical treatment can be patentable subject matter.
Australia
16 Dec 2013
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Budget wins for the health sector
The 2013 Budget papers suggest that the Health sector will face significant growth and require increased expenditure.
Australia
16 May 2013
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Consent to medical treatment?: What is an 'intentional act' in the assessment of damages?
The Court considered the circumstances when exemplary damages would be awarded in professional negligence proceedings.
Australia
16 Jan 2013
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Pharmaceuticals and life sciences - impact of the budget
Modest spending initiatives accounced in the Budget will impact the pharmaceuticals and life sciences sector.
Australia
11 May 2012
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Federal Court allows Vioxx appeal
The appeal judgment will be welcomed by manufacturers and suppliers of products, in particular pharmaceutical products.
Australia
24 Mar 2012
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Superannuation trustees' proactive duty to investigate TPD claims
The Victorian County Court has again confirmed the duty of superannuation trustees to investigate TPD claims.
Australia
18 Jan 2012
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The High Court has Spoken: Cause Before Contribution
On 3 March 2010, the High Court delivered an important decision, holding that the asbestos exposure of a smoker who died of lung cancer was not, on its own, a cause of injury, even when the medical and scientific evidence available was unable to definitely attribute the cancer to any particular cause.
Australia
12 Aug 2010
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Report into Alcohol Related Violence
A discusion on the Justice and Safety Committees inquiry into Alcohol-Related Violence which was handed down to the Legislative Assembly of Queensland in March 2010.
Australia
9 May 2010
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Surgeon’s Duty to Warn Limited
The Western Australia Court of Appeal recently placed limits on a surgeon’s duty to warn of the potential consequences of surgery.
Australia
20 Apr 2010
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New Rules On ETP Applications For Extended Hours In WA
Up until now, applicants have been able to apply to the Director of Liquor Licensing (WA) (Director) for an extended trading permit (ETP) (ongoing hours) or an ETP (for restaurants to sell or supply liquor without a meal) when lodging an application for the grant or removal of a liquor licence.
Australia
 
4 Nov 2009
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The 17 Point Plan Legacy
Back in March 2005, the Queensland Government announced a 17-point Brisbane City Safety Action Plan (17 Point Plan) to increase safety and improve public order in and around licensed premises.
Australia
 
2 Nov 2009
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The Impacts Of The Australian Alcohol Guidelines For Low-Risk Drinking On The Liquor Industry
On 6 March 2008 the National Health and Medical Research Council's Australian Guidelines To Reduce Health Risks From Drinking Alcohol were released.
Australia
1 Jun 2009
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