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Geneviève Michaux

Geneviève Michaux

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Geneviève Michaux is a partner in the Government & International Trade group of Mayer Brown's Brussels office. She is a Belgian- and French-qualified lawyer who focuses on European and national (French and Belgian) food and drug law, with particular emphasis on issues surrounding the regulation of drugs, biologics, medical devices, cosmetics and food both at the Union and national levels.

Her work covers a wide range of issues, including regulatory status of borderline products, life cycle management, clinical trials and investigations, labeling and promotions for all categories of products, and issues raised by specific categories of medicinal products, such as pediatric, orphan or advance therapy medicinal products. Geneviève provides assistance to companies on important new legislative projects and policy developments in the EU. She regularly instructs and supervises local counsels for pan-European or worldwide projects. She also has broad litigation experience in life science matters, including product liability, advertising and promotional activities, and generic approvals.

Geneviève is recognized as one of the "Most Highly Regarded Individuals" in the regulatory field (Who's Who Legal, Life Sciences 2016). In the same publication, her clients reported that she has an "unsurpassed knowledge of legal areas," as well as being "extremely dedicated to the case and the client." She has published a number of articles on food and drug law and regularly speaks at legal and regulatory conferences on pharmaceuticals and medical devices.

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