Having previously worked in the European chemicals industry, Dave has been with Generics Bulletin since 2010. Keeping a close eye on deals, corporate strategy and market developments in the off-patent sector, he also brings his background and education in law to bear on industry litigation as well as national legislative and regulatory affairs, with a particular interest in France where he has lived and studied in the past. A regular delegate to generics and biosimilars events and conferences as well as a frequent panel moderator, he maintains close links with industry representatives around the world. He also organizes and judges the annual Global Generics & Biosimilars Awards. In his spare time, he enjoys art and playing the piano.
Latest From David Wallace
UAE’s Bioventure Is Looking For Partners To Expand
Having recently added to its biosimilars alliance with Alvotech, Dubai-based Bioventure says it is looking to expand its international reach through further partnerships.
Medicines For Europe Highlights Industry Agenda
Ahead of its annual meeting in Malta in mid-June, European off-patent industry association Medicines for Europe has set out the hot topics for generics and biosimilars stakeholders that delegates will be looking to discuss.
Who’s Hired? New Mithra CEO Mulls Selling Generics Business
Mithra’s new CEO has immediately signaled a potential sale for the firm’s generics business as it looks to focus on branded assets in women’s health. Meanwhile, Sawai has reorganized its management team, the longtime chair of Viatris is moving on to another role, and a former AAM vice-president has joined Sandoz.
Sandoz Follows US Denosumab Filing With European Acceptance
Sandoz has confirmed dual European filings for its denosumab biosimilar rival to Prolia and Xgeva, a few months after it submitted its candidate in the US.
Pharmascience Welcomes Canadian Ruling On Nitrosamines
Pharmascience was among the firms that were named in a class action lawsuit in Canada over the presence of nitrosamine NDMA in ranitidine. Now, the company has welcomed a summary judgement decision by the Supreme Court of British Columbia to dismiss the claims.
Celltrion Bags FDA Approval For High-Concentration Humira Rival
Celltrion has won US FDA approval for its Yuflyma 100mg/ml adalimumab biosimilar, making it the third high-concentration version approved in the US and the ninth Humira rival overall.