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Carina Healy

Partner

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
1 West Regent Street
Glasgow
G2 1AP
United Kingdom
Languages English

Carina Healy is partner in our Technology team with over 20 years experience advising on commercial and IP related transactions. She specialises in lifesciences and acts for a range of biotech, speciality pharma, medical device and medical technology companies. She also has a focus on academic institutions, having worked closely with long standing clients University of Glasgow, Dundee University, and University College London for many years.

Carina regularly advises her clients on large, complex and strategically important IP and commercial arrangements, including in and out licensing, clinical trials, strategic alliances, technology development collaborations, and manufacturing, supply and distribution agreements.  She is known for being commercial and pragmatic in finding ways to help her clients and their partners achieve outcomes which are beneficial for both parties

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"has tremendous capacity to manage large and complex transactions, to distil the key risks, and to identify commercially sensible, pragmatic solutions"

Chambers UK

Relevant experience

  • Roslin Biomed (the “Dolly the Sheep” company) through its lifecycle and on its acquisition by Geron Corp.
  • NuCana BioMed on the in-licensing and acquisition of ProTides technology from Morvus and on its subsequent agreements for pre-clinical and clinical development of NuCana’s proprietary oncology products, including Acelarin.
  • Evexar Medical on the manufacturing and supply arrangements for its premium, single use, self-illuminated medical devices and on the supply arrangements for human tissue scaffold products
  • Consilient Health Limited on the distribution arrangements for Rewisca®.
  • Advising on the establishment and operation of the Stratified Medicine Scotland Innovation Centre, a collaborative venture between 4 universities, 4 health boards and 2 industrial partners, including drafting the consortium agreement, and negotiating agreements with suppliers of bioinformatics equipment/ next generation sequencing technology.
  • UCL Business on an investment of $20m by now MeiraGTx into Athena Vision, a spin out company established to develop gene therapy products for ocular conditions, including negotiating and advising UCLB on a complex collaboration, development and licence agreement with Meira.
  • Advising on the complex contractual, IP and revenue sharing arrangements for BloodPharma, a large multi-party research collaboration funded by Wellcome Trust, for the use of stem cells in the manufacture of red blood cells.
  • Glasgow University on many complex IP licensing arrangements over 18 years, including the licensing of vaccines to Wyeth and licensing genetically engineered seed strains to Bayer.
  • Dundee University on the arrangements for a large phase IV clinical trial conducted through the Scottish Primary Care Network for a global pharmaceutical company.
  • Yantai Jereh, a Chinese oil and gas company, on the in-licensing of various products and technologies from Plexus Plc for development and commercialisation in various Asian markets.
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Education

  • 1995 - Law, Dip LP. University of Glasgow, Glasgow
  • 1994 - Law, LLB (Hons), University of Glasgow, Glasgow
  • Dual Qualified in Scots and English Law
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17/12/2018
Trans­form­ing health and so­cial care
10/05/2019
Uni­versity ordered to dis­close chil­dren’s clin­ic­al tri­al data 
In The Uni­versity of Bris­tol v John Peters and The In­form­a­tion Com­mis­sion­er EA/2018/0142, the First-Tier Tribunal held that an­onymised clin­ic­al tri­al data is not ex­empt from dis­clos­ure un­der The Free­dom of In­form­a­tion Act 2000 (FOIA).
11 November 2018
Life Sci­ences sec­tor spe­cial­ists
20/12/2018
Launch of Life Sci­ences Sec­tor Deal 2
The In­dus­tri­al Strategy – Life Sci­ences Sec­tor Deal 2 re­port is broken down by themes with each identi­fy­ing what pro­gress has been made by each of the sec­tor and Gov­ern­ment. A sum­mary of these themes and the gen­er­al find­ings are set out be­low:   1.
08/07/2016
Our ehealth cap­ab­il­it­ies
27/09/2017
Con­tract form­a­tion: so long postal ac­cept­ance?
As part of its work on the re­form of con­tract law in Scot­land, the Scot­tish Law Com­mis­sion (the “SLC”) has launched a con­sulta­tion seek­ing views on a work­ing draft of the Con­tract (Form­a­tion) (Scot­land) Bill (the “Bill”) which will mod­ern­ise and co­di­fy the.
06/10/2014
Hos­pit­al­ity Mat­ters - Au­tumn 2014
Cur­rent top­ics in the hotel in­dustry
28/04/2017
Su­preme Court rules again on in­ter­pret­a­tion of con­tracts: busi­ness...
In Wood v Cap­ita In­sur­ance Ser­vices Lim­ited [2017] UK­SC 24, the Su­preme Court has sought to re­con­cile the ap­proach to con­trac­tu­al con­struc­tion and in­ter­pret­a­tion ad­op­ted by the Su­preme Court in Rainy Sky v Kook­min Bank [2011] UK­SC 50 and Arnold v Brit­ton [2015].
01/05/2014
The An­ti­dote - Spring 2014
Tak­ing a look at "pharm­er­ging" mar­kets and the re­sur­gence...
27/03/2017
ICO draft guid­ance on con­sent un­der the GDPR pub­lished
The In­form­a­tion Com­mis­sion­er’s Of­fice (“ICO”) has opened for con­sulta­tion its draft guid­ance on con­sent un­der the Gen­er­al Data Pro­tec­tion Reg­u­la­tion (“GDPR”). The ICO is ac­cept­ing re­sponses un­til 31 March 2017.
27/03/2017
Ex­press your­self: the Court of Ap­peal re­af­firms the po­s­i­tion that...
In the re­cent case of Ir­ish Bank Res­ol­u­tion Corp Ltd (In Spe­cial Li­quid­a­tion) v Cam­den Mar­ket Hold­ings Corp [2017] EW­CA Civ 7, the Court of Ap­peal once again con­sidered the test for terms be­ing im­plied in­to a con­tract.
01/03/2017
Can pharma keep up with the chal­lenges of di­git­al health­care?
Please click here to read the full art­icle. Pharma com­pan­ies are be­gin­ning now to fo­cus on har­ness­ing ad­vances in di­git­al tech­no­lo­gies in their busi­nesses, from min­ing ge­n­om­ic data to identi­fy new drug tar­gets, to es­tab­lish­ing the most ap­pro­pri­ate pa­tients.