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Philippe specialises in intellectual property law, with a particular focus on patents, plant variety rights and parallel import issues. Philippe also has extensive experience in regulatory matters concerning the life sciences and agri-food industries. Other areas of practice include medical law, media law and fair trade practices in a variety of sectors.
Philippe regularly lectures at conferences and seminars. He has also published articles in various leading legal journals relating to his area of expertise. Philippe worked as a consultant for the EU Plant Variety Office and is also an active member of the European Seed Association (ESA); the European Patent Lawyers Association (EPLAW); the Licensing Executives Society (LES) and the International Association of Breeders of Asexually Reproducing Fruit and Ornamental Varieties (CIOPORA).
“From farm to fork: the regulatory status of non-GMO plant innovations under current EU law", BSLR 2018, 251. (co-author).
"The EU regulatory framework for compliance with rules on access and benefit-sharing of genetic resources", BSLR 2016, 83. (co-author).
“Evoluties in het octrooirecht: overzicht van rechtspraak 2011-2013" ("Patent case law review 2011-2013"), TBH 2014, 409. (co-author).
“Parallel import of medicinal products” ILO Newsletter: Intellectual Property, 6 November 2017. (co-author).
Fluent in Dutch, French and English.