Eleri Williams is a litigator and a regulatory lawyer and is a member of the Life Sciences practice group. She advises a broad range of clients, including pharmaceutical and medical device companies, on UK and EU regulatory matters. She also works with clients on civil, public and administrative litigation matters.
Ms. Williams advises on the regulation and legal status of medicinal products and medical devices, including the regulatory landscape in both the UK and the EU. She advises companies on the legislation and Codes of Practice relating to the advertising and promotion of medicinal products and medical devices, including packaging and labelling, marketing material and the related law on payment of inducements. She also advises on the regulation and legal status of borderline products, including foods, cosmetics and biocides.
She has experience of advising clients on product liability issues and has advised on regulatory matters arising from client contracts and commercial undertakings. She has been involved in a number of transactional matters where specialist regulatory input in required, including on the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) and Home Office licensing regimes, and on several submissions to AIM for the listing of medicinal cannabis companies.
Ms. Williams has experience of advising on the law relating to fertility treatment, surrogacy and embryo research. She has advised on the regulatory frameworks overseen by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, the Human Tissue Authority, the MHRA and the Care Quality Commission.
- Legal Practice Course, Cardiff University, 2014
- Bachelor of Laws, University of Leeds, 2011
- England and Wales