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We are pleased to announce the appointment of Michaela Herron as our new Head of Life Sciences.

Michaela has deep expertise on the intersection of technology and life sciences regulation, guiding clients seamlessly through the complexities of the EU regulatory environment.

Michaela is known for her proactive and strategic approach. Her ability to devise and implement effective regulatory solutions has established her as a trusted advisor for global clients in the Life Sciences community operating across the European Union.

Michaela also acts for Life Sciences clients in significant commercial disputes including judicial reviews and high-volume product liability actions, particularly in the medical device industry.

Will Carmody, Managing Partner, commented: “Life Sciences clients require a special blend of legal advice and industry knowledge. Michaela’s leadership and rich sectoral expertise further strengthen our capabilities in this important sector. Her deep understanding of complex regulatory issues has been instrumental in helping our clients navigate through constantly evolving compliance landscapes."

Michaela said: “Ireland is recognised as a global centre of excellence for Life Sciences, pharma and medtech companies. The opportunities and challenges in the sector are immense, as new technologies continue to transform patient care, client strategies and market dynamics. I look forward to leading our talented team as we continue to provide top-tier advice and support to our clients, helping them innovate safely and effectively within these dynamic conditions across the EU.”

Michaela is a graduate of University College Dublin. She was recently named a 'Stand-out Lawyer' by Thomson Reuters and has twice been awarded the Lexology Client Choice Award for Life Sciences in Ireland.

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