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Esther Vogel

Attorney admitted to the Paris Bar

  • Master 2 in health law
  • LLM in medical law, King's College London
  • LLM in European and private law, Humboldt Universität, Berlin
My interest in both law and biology naturally led me to health law. After studying bioethics and medical law I was given an opportunity to work alongside Alain Gorny and discover the healthcare industries, which has become my specialist area. This global sector is filled with legal and human challenges, and is changing all the time.

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Why will class actions in France never achieve an American-style success?

According to the European Consumer Centre (ECC)1, the collective action procedure implemented in the Netherlands in 2005, in the Distilbene case, made joint compensation in the field of healthcare possible. ECC noted that the procedure is certainly the “most adaptable and liberal type of group action in Europe, like the American “class action”....

Congratulations to Alain Gorny and his team ! Find them on the Guide " Chambers and Partners " 2016, BAND 1 en Pharma/Life Sciences : Product Liability et Pharma/Life Sciences : Regulatory

Congratulations to Alain Gorny and is team ! Find them on the Guide  " Chambers and Partners " 2016, BAND 1 en Pharma/Life Sciences : Product Liability et Pharma/Life Sciences : Regulatory  

Draft El Khomri bill – Clarifying and safeguarding redundancy arrangements by Nicolas Sauvage, Attorney at Law

Led by the Minister for Employment, Myriam El Khomri, the draft bill is intended to make it possible for companies to make the most of market opportunities to hire employees, whilst being sure that should there be a market downturn, the terms and conditions for making redundancies are clarified and predictable. By introducing four potential scen...

Alain Gorny (SEA Avocats) nominated by BestLawyers in Biotechnology, Product Liability, Regulatory

Legal500 Life Sciences Tier 1 partner Alain Gorny (SEA Avocats) nominated by BestLawyers in Biotechnology, Product Liability, Regulatory

The “safe harbour” agreement that allowed the transfer of European citizens data to the US is no longer valid ...

The European Court of Justice has recently ruled (6 October 2015, C 362/14) that the “safe harbour” agreement that allowed the transfer of European citizens data to the US is no longer valid on the grounds that that country does not afford an adequate level of protection of personal data. As a result, data transfers to the US could be suspended...