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David Reissner

David Reissner is a partner at Charles Russell Speechlys LLP.

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  • Medical symbol intertwined with legal scales

    Decriminalisation legislation cannot come soon enoughSubscription

    15 NOV 2017

    On 14 November, an Order was laid before Parliament purporting to introduce a statutory defence to the offence committed when patients are supplied with the wrong prescription medicine.

  • Community pharmacy market entry in England: a complicated processSubscription

    11 AUG 2016

    In 1987, the NHS introduced ‎controls on where new pharmacies could open. Apart from some tweaking in 2005, the system remained largely unchanged for a quarter of a century. However, a completely new regime for new pharmacy contracts was introduced in England in 2012. The revised NHS regulations are complicated — unnecessarily complicated in my view — and have been causing confusion among pharmacy owners and would-be pharmacy owners. It is not uncommon for applications to be refused fo

  • David Reissner, partner at Charles Russell Speechlys LLP

    Setting up a pharmacy on GP premises: the lawSubscription

    28 MAY 2015

    Pharmacy owners may have considered locating their businesses on GP premises to increase their dispensing volume. However, they need to ensure they are acting within the law.

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