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Marie Doyle-Rossi

Marie Doyle-Rossi

Marie Doyle-Rossi is an associate in the firms’ Life Sciences Practice Group.  Her practice encompasses life sciences regulatory, commercial and administrative law matters.


  • Regulatory advice to pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, medical device, cosmetic and consumer product manufacturers on various issues, in particular borderline determinations.
  • Compliance advice to pharmaceutical and medical device companies on applicable marketing laws and codes of practice.
  • Regulatory advice for life sciences transactions.
  • Advice to food industry clients on health and nutritional claims, borderline/classification issues, labelling and ingredient reviews.


  • Representation of a global pharmaceutical client in proceedings before the European General Court relating to the transparency of clinical trial data.
  • Representation of a multinational pharmaceutical company in pharmacovigilance enforcement proceedings before the European Medicines Agency.
  • Representation of a global pharmaceutical client in UK judicial review proceedings relating to the use of an unlicensed medicine.
  • Representation of a multinational pharmaceutical company on a pricing and reimbursement dispute.
  • Representation of a large US pharmaceutical company in a product liability class action relating to blood products.

Pro Bono

  • Representation of a couple in UK judicial review proceedings in challenging a decision of a UK health authority to refuse medical treatment.
  • Advising the Restoration of Appearance and Function Trust (RAFT) on the classification of a wound healing product containing human blood derivatives.
  • Advising the Sabin Vaccine Institute and Sabin Foundation Europe on commercial matters.

Previous Experience

  • Secondment to the in-house legal department of an international pharmaceutical company.
  • School of Pharmacy, University College London, Wellcome Trust Research Fellow (2006-2008)
    • Development of novel antibacterial agents in collaboration with a spin-out biotechnology company.