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Delphine Phan

Junior Associate

CMS DeBacker
Chaussée de La Hulpe 178
1170 Brussels
Languages Dutch, French, English

Delphine joined the Public Law department at CMS in September 2016. She focuses on health law, more specifically the legal framework on hospitals, medicinal products, medical devices and clinical studies as well as on other Lifesciences aspects including food products and cosmetics.
She completed her studies in law at the University of Ghent in 2015 after which she obtained an LL.M at the Université Libre de Bruxelles. In 2014, Delphine spent 6 months at the faculty of law of the University of Montpellier in the context of the Erasmus project.

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Relevant experience

  • 2016 – Speaker at the training workshop of the FAO sub-regional Office for Central Asia: "Biosafety Regulations: topics of national, regional and international significance"

  • 2014 – Internship at the Office of the Prosecution at the Court of Appeal
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  • 2016 - Bar admission (Brussels, Belgium)
  • 2016 – Université Libre de Bruxelles, ULB (LL.M Public International Law)
  • 2015 – University of Ghent, UGhent, (Master in Law)
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March 2018 News­let­ter
NGOs can ask the Com­mis­sion to re­view its de­cision on ge­net­ic­ally...
The Gen­er­al Court de­cided in its de­cision of 14 March 2018 that non-gov­ern­ment­al or­gan­iz­a­tions (“NGOs”) can ask the Com­mis­sion to re­view its de­cision on au­thor­iz­ing the pla­cing on the mar­ket of ge­net­ic­ally mod­i­fied food and feed.
Janu­ary 2018 News­let­ter
New law fur­ther sup­ports cheap­er pre­scrip­tion drugs
Par­lia­ment ad­op­ted a new law on 25 Decem­ber 2017, which has as one of its ob­ject­ives the pro­mo­tion of the pre­scrip­tion of cheap­er drugs. Pre­scrip­tion drugs are clas­si­fied by price: they can be “cheap medi­cines” or “cheapest medi­cines”, based on dif­fer­ent cri­ter­ia.
Novem­ber 2017 News­let­ter
European Com­mis­sion as­sesses ad­equacy of Gen­er­al Food Law in food...
In an eval­u­ation of the EU le­gis­lat­ive frame­work for the 2002 Gen­er­al Food Law Reg­u­la­tion (GFLR), the European Com­mis­sion has found that this frame­work ap­pears to ad­dress most cur­rent trends, such as growth, com­pet­it­ive­ness and in­creased glob­al­isa­tion, but.
June 2017 News­let­ter
New cent­ral plat­form for health­care pro­fes­sion­als’ ad­min­is­trat­ive...
The Bel­gian Fed­er­al Pub­lic Ser­vice  for Health and the Na­tion­al In­sti­tute for Health and Dis­ab­il­ity In­sur­ance (RIZ­IV) are just a few of the or­gan­iz­a­tions that re­quire cer­tain in­form­a­tion from health­care pro­fes­sion­als.
April 2017 News­let­ter
New Roy­al De­cree or­gan­izes the su­per­vi­sion of clin­ic­al tri­als
Fol­low­ing the European Reg­u­la­tion on clin­ic­al tri­als on medi­cin­al products for hu­man use, the Bel­gian le­gis­lat­or ad­op­ted a law on 7 May 2017 ap­ply­ing this Reg­u­la­tion in the Bel­gian leg­al land­scape. The im­ple­ment­a­tion of this law now takes ef­fect with the Roy­al.
Oc­to­ber 2016 News­let­ter
"Whole gen­ome se­quen­cing" com­ing soon to a clin­ic­al prac­tice in Bel­gi­um?
On 19 Oc­to­ber, Bel­gian health Min­is­ter Mag­gie De Block sub­mit­ted to Par­lia­ment her tra­di­tion­al "note de poli­tique générale" on health for the year 2018. As a sign of the times, one of the pro­pos­als is the in­tro­duc­tion of whole gen­ome se­quen­cing ("WGS") in.