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Katharina Ewert is an associate in the London Life Sciences group, having joined the firm as a trainee solicitor in 2015. Ms. Ewert advises clients in the pharmaceutical, medical device, food, and cosmetics sectors on general life sciences regulatory, commercial, and contentious matters.

Ms. Ewert’s regulatory advisory practice encompasses the advertising and promotion of medicines; health and nutritional claims for foods and food supplements and marketing claims for cosmetics. She also advises clients on a range of commercial matters and represents clients in administrative proceedings in the English and EU Courts.


  • Advising pharmaceutical clients on compliance with marketing laws and codes of practice.
  • Regulatory due diligence for life sciences companies.
  • Advising cosmetic companies on marketing claims.
  • Advising food clients on product claims, ingredients reviews and labelling requirements.
  • Advising life sciences clients on the implications of Brexit.
  • Advising pharmaceutical and medical device clients on public procurement matters.


  • Representation of pharmaceutical clients in appeal proceedings before the European Court of Justice relating to the transparency of data under the Transparency Regulation (EC) 1049/2001.
  • Representation of a global pharmaceutical company in proceedings before the European General Court relating to the suspension of a marketing authorization for a medicinal product.
  • Representation of a multinational pharmaceutical company in judicial review proceedings relating to the use of an unlicensed medicine.   

Pro Bono

  • Advising a charity that combats poverty in children and young adults on their corporate structuring and Charity Commission registration.
  • Advising a charity that works on the reduction of crime on corporate structuring, corporate governance and public procurement matters.

Previous Experience

  • Secondment to the in-house legal team of a multinational pharmaceutical company.
  • Traineeship at the Permanent Mission of the European Union to the World Trade Organization.
  • Traineeship at the European Investment Bank.