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Pascale Poupelin is a Senior Counsel in the Life Sciences/Healthcare Group in Dentons' Paris office. She has over thirty years of experience as a lawyer specialized in Life Sciences (public and private law). Pascale Poupelin has been highly recommended for many years at French, European and international levels for her expertise in the Life Sciences and Healthcare field.
She mainly acts on matters involving issues such as health products regulations as well as those products regulated from the perspective of health and consumer protection, market access, pricing, reimbursement (all lists), structuring of operational companies, distribution, marketing and licensing, product liability, product compliance, compliance with ethical and professional rules specific to the life sciences and healthcare sector, compliance, clinical trials, contracts/agreements specific to the life sciences and healthcare sector (such as RTU agreements, CEPS agreements, co-promotion agreements, sponsor agreements, distribution agreements, symposium organization agreements, hospital public procurement, etc.). In addition, Pascale also handles the related criminal and consumer law aspects. She is also well-versed in issues including data protection, unfair competition and negotiations/litigation proceedings under the French Social Security Code and French Public Health Code.
Pascale advises major international companies operating in the Life Sciences and Healthcare sector (medicines, biosimilars, medical devices, tissue, cells and blood, veterinary products, cosmetics, nutraceuticals, food ingredients/components, food additives, pesticides, detergents, etc.). She represents them in pre-litigation or litigation matters (on the merits and summary proceedings) before health authorities vested with the power to apply administrative, financial or other penalties (Minister of Health and Social Affairs, CEPS, HAS, ANSM, ANSES, EMA, CNAM, UNCAM, CHMP, etc.), and before a wide variety of courts, such as the civil judge, the commercial judge, the administrative judge, including the Administrative Supreme Court (Conseil d’Etat), the Constitutional Council on an application for a priority preliminary ruling on the issue of constitutionality, the European Court, the Social Security Court and the Regional Compensation Commissions (CRCI).
Pascale Poupelin is ranked as a top-leading lawyer in the Life Sciences field in numerous International, European and French directories.
Since 2014, Chambers Europe has recognizes Pascale Poupelin every year in:
Chambers Europe 2018 describes Pascale as "an excellent strategist and knowledgeable about the legal and regulatory environment" and as "very responsive". They also praise her "excellent skills in pharmacy and life sciences; she is willing to take risks when advising her clients, is very pragmatic and responsive".
Since 2014, Legal 500 EMEA has recognized Pascale Poupelin as a “Leading Individual” in the field of Health and Life Sciences for her expertise in Litigation and Regulatory Affairs.
Décideurs 2018 describes Pascale Poupelin as having a "Reputed Practice" in Health, Pharma and Medical Devices Regulatory Law and a "Strong Notoriety" in Product Liability Litigation in France.
Since 2014 Pascale Poupelin has been nominated by Best Lawyers for the French ranking in Biotechnology and Life Sciences Practice, Health Care Law, and Product Liability Litigation.
Pascale Poupelin has also received the prestigious “Best Lawyer of the Year” award for 2019 in Biotechnology and life sciences, health care law and product liability litigation.
Who’s Who Legal France values Pascale Poupelin for her “excellent practice from her extensive experience in the healthcare industry” and very recently as "an active player in the market who is commended by its sources for her expertise on pricing and reimbursement matters. With more than 30 years in the sector, she is widely regarded as a true expert in this field" (2016/2018).