What You Need To Know About Liability Protection For COVID-19 Products
Companies developing medical countermeasures for COVID-19 need to become familiar with divergences in the liability protection offered by different countries with regard to possible safety issues that may arise when products are fast-tracked for public health reasons. By doing so they can adopt a systematic process for prospectively evaluating and managing international risks, say Dan Kracov, Lincoln Tsang and Alexander Roussanov.
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