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Chemical Industry Regulations
24-26 September 2024
Novotel Barcelona CityBarcelona, Spain



Fieldfisher is a European law firm providing commercial solutions across a range of industry sectors. Our network has more than 1,700 people working across 26 locations. The Brussels office is full service and gathers more than 70 lawyers (including 23 partners) who specialise in the major practice areas of business law.

Fieldfisher's EU Regulatory Department, the largest department of the Brussels office, is comprised of leading legal practitioners from more than 10 different jurisdictions, providing an integrated, pan-European approach to regulatory challenges across the EU and internationally. With eight partners assisted by nineteen legal professionals in Brussels, we are a large, fully dedicated EU Regulatory team and a recognised market leader.

With 25 years of experience, EU chemical law - compliance and litigation - is a core area of expertise. Our main areas of focus include general chemicals law, pesticides, biocides, task forces and consortia, cosmetics, F-gases, detergents and water law. We also address related data protection and data privacy, competition and other business law issues that arise when drafting and negotiating commercial agreements or setting up and running consortia.

Our team provides a broad spectrum of chemicals-related advice, and has substantial experience in dealing with the most significant REACH implementation and compliance issues relevant for companies or for groups of companies (industry associations, task forces or consortia).It has also established a reputation of excellence for more than two decades, advising major plant protection product companies on the European approval and renewal of approval procedures under Regulation 1107/2009, as well as follow-up authorisation of products at Member State level.