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ICRL 3/2018 - The European Chemicals Agency’s Board of Appeal – Alternative Perspectives

As was the case with the first two editions of the International Chemical Regulatory and Law Review, Issue 3/2018 again includes qualitatively high contributions from people working across the field of international chemical regulation. With a special focus on the European Chemicals Agency’s Board of Appeal, one of the most important bodies in the field of chemical regulation, this issue will be of value to practitioners, academics and regulators alike.

Our esteemed Editorial Board member, and member of the ECHA Board of Appeal (BoA), Andrew Fasey reflects on both the challenges and rewards of holding such an important position and provides us with some fantastic insights into his 8 years on the ECHA Board of Appeal. To complement his contribution, our lead article by Eléonore Mullier and Ruxandra Cana outlines the difference between appealing a decision at the European Court of Justice and the ECHA BoA.  The theme continues in our Reports section with a first-hand account of what it is like to make an appeal at the ECHA BoA.

With additional country reports on the latest developments in China, Turkey and the USA, ICRL 3/2018 continues the global perspective that have characterised the first two issues.


If you are interested to look into all articles of Issue 3/2018 HERE
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