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In February, France’s Council of the State ordered a modification of the country’s Environment Code. The move was in response to the European case law which had ruled that organisms obtained through some mutagenesis techniques to be tolerant to herbicides are to be subjected to the same regulations as applied to genetically modified organisms. Katia

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This article was first published by Food Navigator on August 22, 2019.

The EU-Canada trade deal, which came into force on a temporary basis in 2017, is working its way through national legislators for approval. The controversial agreement raises a number of questions about labelling and transparency. Katia Merten-Lentz, partner at Keller and Heckman, takes

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Cet article a été publié sur Agra Alimentation, le média des enjeux de stratégiques et financiers de l’agroalimentaire.

CJUE > Les nouvelles techniques de sélection végétale engendrent-elles des OGM au sens du droit européen? Saisie de cette question par le Conseil d’État français en 2015, la Cour de justice de l’Union européenne (CJUE)