Caroline acts for the manufacturers of pharmaceuticals, medical devices and other healthcare products in relation to product liability claims and risk management. She also advises on product liability risk management relating to mobile telecommunications. Most of her work has a medical and/or scientific component. She is responsible for, and works closely with, the post-doctoral scientists who make up the Hogan Lovells Science Unit.
Caroline practised at the bar for 10 years before joining the Commercial Litigation Group at Lovells in 1995.
'Of medical issues and an ability to master detail and analyse medical scientific papers which not everyone has.'
'Terrific, really among the best'
Acting for the manufacturer of a widely used painkiller in respect of international product liability litigation and regulatory matters
Acting for a US supplier of blood therapies in relation to HIV and HCV contamination claims in English litigation
Acting for pharmaceutical companies in relation to claims arising out of clinical trials and other injury claims
Acting for medical device manufacturers in claims alleging defects in hip prostheses
Advising manufacturers of other medical and dental devices on recalls and personal injury claims
Advising a healthcare company on advance purchase agreements with the UK government
Advising a leading mobile phone network provider and manufacturer on matters relating to human exposure to radio frequency radiation.
"...invaluable in cases involving complex scientific or medical issues."
"terrific, really among the best."
A Leading Individual in Band 2 (Product Liability: Mainly defendant UK-wide)