An unsurprising case of software qualification with an interesting twist

The unsurprising software qualification case that I wrote about earlier turns out to still have a little twist in the judgment that the European Court of Justice (CJEU) recently rendered in that case. The CJEU went into details that the Advocate General (AG) had not gone into so in the end the judgment turned out to be more interesting than expected. Never a dull moment in medical devices regulation! Unsurprising As I blogged before when the AG opinion came out, it was completely unsurprising and expected t [...] « Read the rest of this article on medicaldeviceslegal »