Miriam Schuh

Attorney at law

Attorney at law
Salary partner

Head of the healthcare department
Guest lecturer on medical devices law at Trier University of Applied Sciences

T > +49 681 / 859 160 0
E > miriam.schuh@reuschlaw.de

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Miriam Schuh is a salary partner at reuschlaw Legal Consultants.

Professional experience

As an expert in the field of medical devices law / law of medicine and cosmetics law, Miriam Schuh advises medium and large-sized manufacturers, suppliers and distribution companies in the medical devices industry at national and international level. Her clients also include national and international research institutions and industrial associations.

The points of emphasis in her work in terms of content are regulatory affairs, the negotiation and design of international contractual agreements (purchasing and sales), the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG), international product liability law, industrial relations law and compliance.

Career development

Miriam Schuh studied law in Saarbrücken. Her career has included a period spent working at a law firm in Tokyo; she also writes regular guest commentaries in the relevant professional magazines and is a guest lecturer in medical devices law at Trier University.

Publications (selection)

  • Publication in 'medizin&technik', 13 December 2018: ‘Implant files: what needs to be taken into account in a practical discussion on medical devices’. Konradin-Verlag Robert Kohlhammer GmbH: Leinfelden-Echterdingen
  • Article in ‘DeviceMed’, 6/2017, p. 20: ‘Reviewing contractual agreements with suppliers’. Vogel Business Media GmbH: Würzburg 
  • Publication in ‘Haftpflicht international – Recht und Versicherung’ (PHI), 01/2017, p. 14: “Umgang der Instanzgerichte mit dem Fehlerverdachtsurteil des EuGH” ("How the courts (of lower instance) have been handling the ECJ’s ‘suspicion of defect’ judgement"). General Re Corporation – Verlag Versicherungswirtschaft GmbH: Karlsruhe
  • Publications on medical devices law in „medizin&technik“ (“Medicine and Technology”). Konradin Verlag: Leinfelden-Echterdingen

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