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Boston Scientific Medizintechnik is liable for the costs of operations to replace potentially defective pacemakers

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The CJEU, in an interesting judgement about the liability for product recall, has clarified the EU rules on liability for damage caused by potentially defective medical devices. In the given case, the issue was whether under the Directive 85/374 the manufacturer of potentially defective pacemakers and implantable cardioverter defibrillators (hereafter ‘ICD’) could be held liable to cover the costs entailed in replacing those potentially defective products. In these specific cases t... [Read All]

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