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Harriet Fletcher is an associate in the London Life Sciences group, whose practice spans a variety of digital health and life sciences regulatory, commercial, and transactional matters. Ms. Fletcher works with a range of clients, spanning global organizations to small-medium enterprises across both the life sciences and technology sectors, and seeks to find tailored legal solutions to suit her clients’ different strategic needs. Ms. Fletcher’s strong interest in the life sciences sector is underpinned by a master degree in chemistry.

  • Preparation, negotiation and review of life sciences commercial arrangements, including laboratory/clinical services, pharmaceutical supply/distribution, and consultancy agreements.
  • Assorted digital health assignments for life sciences and technology clients, including preparation of commercial documents such as terms of use and research/study agreements, and advising on the life sciences regulatory aspects of healthtech projects.
  • General regulatory advice to pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device clients, including compliance with marketing laws and codes of practice and medical device classification determinations.
  • Advising pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device clients on the regulatory aspects of assorted corporate transactions (including M&As and IPOs).

Previous Experience

  • Trainee Secondment to the in-house legal department of a global e-commerce company for six months, supporting a division of its UK consumer business, including advising on a broad range of assorted consumer, intellectual property and regulatory matters and assisting various commercial and dispute resolution negotiations (2018).