[2010] EWCA Crim 1404

A pharmacist employed by a pharmacy business, or a locum pharmacist engaged by a pharmacy business, could not be guilty of the offence of supplying a medicinal product with a false or misleading label contrary to the Medicines Act 1968 s.85(5)(b) and s.91(1). That offence could only be committed by the person carrying on the business, and that was the employer rather than the employee or the locum.

CA (Crim Div) (Aikens LJ, Royce J, Judge Radford (Recorder of Redbridge))


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