Webinar Video | Life Sciences Session #2: Vaccine liability: what if vaccination goes wrong?

Webinar Video | Life Sciences Session #2: Vaccine liability: what if vaccination goes wrong?
January 26, 2021

The ongoing vaccination campaign against Covid-19 raises the question of possible side effects and of the potential liability for damages arising from the use of vaccines used against this disease. Christophe Ronse and Lauranne Truyens highlight and discuss the various legal issues arising in such context, both from a regulatory and from a civil law viewpoint.

Written by

  • Christophe Ronse

    Partner

  • Lauranne Truyens

    Associate

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