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WEBINAR: Selling Medical Devices into the EU: What you need to know; Key differences between the EU & U.S. Regulatory & Legal Environment

Date: December 14, 2017
Time: 12:00PM EDT/ 9:00AM PDT
Registration fee: $50

The requirements for selling medical devices into the European Union are extensive and changing.  American exporters must be prepared.

The European-American Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with the U.S. Commercial Service, is hosting a specialized webinar on these issues.

This program will cover the current regulatory framework and its implementation in EU Member States including the main requirements for the marketing of medical devices in EU: the CE marking and clinical evaluations; conditions for the advertising of medical devices and distance sales, surveillance by authorities, vigilance by operators and applicable sanctions.

This program will also cover the changing regulatory framework and the consequence of the replacement of “directives” with “regulations” including the new pre-market scrutiny mechanism, the new EU database on medical devices and device traceability system, the strengthening of post-market surveillance requirements and how to prepare.

Full agenda and how to register for the December 14 webinar on selling medical devices to the EU.

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U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross Welcomes Release of the European Commission’s Report on the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield

Released on Wednesday, October 18, 2017

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross today welcomed the release of the European Commission’s report on the first annual review of the functioning of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework (Framework). The report concludes that the Framework continues to provide an adequate level of privacy protection under EU law and that the necessary structures have been implemented to ensure the functioning of the Framework. The accompanying staff document details the work that the Department of Commerce, Federal Trade Commission, State Department, other U.S. federal agencies and EU partners have done during the past year to implement the Privacy Shield and outlines areas for continued cooperation in the year ahead. Read full press release.

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CS Europe Guide:
Advanced Manufacturing Market Resource Guide Europe

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Click here to view the Advanced Manufacturing Market Resource Guide Europe

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