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Tine Carmeliet

Senior Associate


Carmeliet Tine
Tine Carmeliet

Senior Associate


Tine focuses on IP law, EU life sciences regulatory law and privacy and EU data protection law. She advises and assists clients both in non-litigious and litigious matters in these areas.

Recent highlights of her practice include multi-jurisdictional advice on European plant and seed legislation and genetically modified organisms, clinical trials, complex cross-border data protection matters and medical devices.

Tine also conducts intellectual property litigation before the Belgian courts and advises clients on non-contentious matters in that field of expertise.

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Blog Post: 25 January 2022

Belgian medicines agency updates procedure to remove patented indications from SmPC and package leaflet

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Blog Post: 23 November 2021

The Belgian Joint Commission’s Chamber for Products for Human Use no longer considers oral nicotine pouches to qualify as medicinal products

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Blog Post: 01 October 2021

EC consults on revision to pharmaceutical legislation

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LLM, University of Leuven, 2013

Master of Arts, The Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, 2015

Published work

CARMELIET, T., VAN DYCK, P., "It’s time to amend the Enforcement Directive to ensure all EU Member States provide for declarations of non-infringement of EUTMs and Community designs." (ed. STONE, D. & POTTS, B.),  Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice, Volume 14, Issue 10, October 2019, Pages 754–760