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Hogan Lovells International LLP

Elisabethann Wright

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Hogan Lovells US LLP

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Life Sciences


She is well recognised for the advice she gives clients in the pharmaceutical, medical devices, and food industries.Her role includes assisting clients in the classification of their products, the establishment of a pathway to authorisation and marketing of their products in the EU (including related regulatory obligations), pharmacovigilance obligations, promotion and marketing of products, sales agreements, clinical trial agreements, adverse event reporting, product withdrawals, data privacy obligations, and conduct of compliance and anti-bribery investigations.


Postgraduate Diploma in EC Competition Law, King's College London, 2004; B.L., The Institute of Professional Legal Studies, Belfast, 1985; LL.B., The Queen's University of Belfast, 1984


English, French, Dutch


Member of Bar of the Northern Ireland

Belgium: EU regulatory


Within: Food

Jacqueline Mailly’s group at Hogan Lovells International LLP has expertise in compliance, crisis management, litigation and lobbying matters. Elisabethann Wright and Hugo Paemen are also key contacts.

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Pharma, medical devices and biotech

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Elisabethann Wright - Hogan Lovells International LLP

Within: Pharma, medical devices and biotech

Hogan Lovells International LLP’s team has ‘unique knowledge and experience in the EU regulatory area’. The broad practice spans clinical trials, business development, pricing, patent litigation, product liability and investigations, and it is particularly valued for its expertise in cross-border matters. Practice head Elisabethann Wright is ‘a consummate professional’. Fabien Roy was recently promoted to counsel.

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The GDPR will apply on 25 May 2018 what should companies do to ensure compliance?

February 2018. By Elisabethann Wright

In 1995, the European Union sought to improve the protection of personal data within the EU member states through introduction of the Data Protection Directive. In May 2018, the directive will be replaced by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This regulation will give individuals greater control over how their data is used, stored and erased. It will also update, strengthen, and standardise data protection laws throughout the EU and impose greater related responsibilities on data controllers and data processors. [Continue Reading]

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