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The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Pharmaceutical Advertising 2016 – Belgium Chapter

The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Pharmaceutical Advertis

The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Pharmaceutical Advertising 2016 – Belgium Chapter

27.06.2016 BE law

ICLG’s International Comparative Legal Guide to: Pharmaceutical Advertising 2016 provides corporate counsel and international practitioners with a comprehensive worldwide legal analysis of pharmaceutical advertising laws and regulations, including advertisements to healthcare professionals, gifts and financial incentives, and so on.

The guide covers more than 33 jurisdictions, from Australia to the USA.

Manuel Campolini and Olivia Hottat, Brussels intellectual property lawyers, cover the Belgian chapter in this guide. In their contribution, they provide a broad overview of common issues in pharmaceutical advertising laws and regulations in Belgium.

Click on the link below to open a printable version of our contribution. For an online version, please click here.
 

Source: This article appeared in the 2016 edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Pharmaceutical advertising published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London.

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