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Biotechnology has come to play an increasingly important part in everyday life, as scientific advances dramatically impact on an ever-expanding range of products. Legislators, Parliamentarians, business corporations and their respective advisers face increasingly complicated, and sometimes overlapping regulations impacting on biotechnological activities in the European Union.
EU Biotechnology Law & Practice takes full account of EU Directive 90/220, and analyses pending initiatives on novel food, novel feed, novel seed and EU labelling. The confusion between different liability regimes applicable to genetic modification is addressed. The text gives practical guidance to practitioners, regulatory officers, in-house lawyers and other involved with these contentious legal issues.