Ingeri Luik-Tamme is one of the few Estonian lawyers specialising in healthcare and pharmaceuticals for more than 15 years. Her long-term and broad experience in these areas enables her to provide advice in the establishment of healthcare providers and medical service design to legal training for medical staff. As the healthcare sector encounters extensive processing of sensitive personal data, data protection is one of the other areas that Ingeri focuses on daily.
Ingeri has focused on healthcare sector projects advising clients in drafting terms and conditions, reorganising and funding healthcare services, bringing innovative medical services to market, and other related issues. She also has extensive experience in representing healthcare providers in extrajudicial negotiations and litigation regarding patient compensation claims.
In the field of pharmaceuticals, her work includes collaborative projects between pharmaceutical companies and research institutions for the development of advanced pharmaceuticals, pharmaceutical clinical trials, as well as daily advice for several international pharmaceutical companies in various legal matters, including applications for permits, pharmaceutical advertising, marketing and pricing policies. Her most recent work in the pharmaceuticals sector has focused on due diligence for pharmacies, the establishment of an online pharmacy and the development of cross-border pharmacy services.
In the field of data protection, she has advised clients in international cooperation projects that involve extensive processing of personal data, including transfer of personal data outside EU and EEA. Ingeri has also led a comprehensive GDPR compliance audit and development of internal and external data protection documentation for several well-known companies. She has represented clients at the Data Protection Inspectorate in dealing with appeals and complaints.
Ingeri has published numerous articles on medical law and held seminars in Estonia and abroad to workers in various healthcare sectors, as well as to judges. Her training activities cover both public and healthcare provider internal staff-training regarding the quality of medical care and healthcare services; patient safety and the rights, obligations and responsibilities of doctors and healthcare providers; and data protection.