Focused Programme in Alternative Dispute Settlement in the Pharmaceutical Sector
We can identify four methods of dispute settlement: negotiation, mediation, arbitration and jurisdiction.
The first two are used to try to reach an amicable settlement to end the dispute. Arbitration, especially recommended for the pharmaceutical market, and jurisdiction, will settle the dispute with the binding decision of a third party.
The European Arbitration Association has just created a section dedicated to the Pharmaceutical Industry chaired by Jaime Enrique Cuevas, a lecturer in the programme.
Providing training in personal skills and basic legal tools to technicians and managers, whether they are jurists or executives in the financial, commercial, manufacturing, regulatory or logistical areas, among others, of the pharmacy and distribution sector, so that they are not only able to prevent disputes between companies but also, if necessary, draw up and implement an appropriate strategy for their management.
The Focused Programme on Alternative Dispute Settlement in the Pharmaceutical Sector is of special interest to the following profiles:
The programme consists of 10 sessions.
The aim is to train technicians and managers, whether jurists or executives, from the financial, commercial, manufacturing, regulatory or logistical areas, among others, of the pharmaceuticals and distribution sector, in their personal skills and basic legal tools, so that they are not only able to prevent disputes between companies but also, if necessary, to draw up and implement an appropriate strategy for their management.
Programme Director. Managing Partner at Cuevas abogados & Ayanz. Arbitrator in several national arbitration courts, member of the YIAG – London Court of International Arbitration, International Chamber of Commerce – YAF – Paris and Swiss Arbitration Association B-40. Furthermore, he is a member of the Arbitration Observatory of the General Council of Spanish Advocacy, numerary member of the Spanish Pharmaceutical Industry Association (AEFI – initials in Spanish), and member of the International Union of Lawyers (Union Internationale des Avocats UIA – initials in French), which has its headquarters in Paris, and is part of its Commission for Litigation, International Arbitration and Negotiation. He has a Degree in Law from the Complutense University of Madrid, an Executive MBA from CEU Business School, a Master’s in Private Law from the IES San Pablo CEU. He also studied a Superior Qualification course in Urban Planning from the CEF, an Expert Qualification Course in Arbitration from the Antonio de Nebrija Business School, and attended the Negotiation Seminar for Lawyers from The Harvard Euroleadership Project.
Managing partner in the Department of Litigation and Arbitration at Clifford Chance. State Attorney currently on voluntary leave. He is a founding member of the Board of the Spanish Arbitration Club, a member of the CCI Latin American Arbitration Group, of the CARAT, ILA correspondent for Spain. He has participated as either a lawyer or arbitrator in over 100 arbitration cases, at both the most highly recognised Spanish arbitration institutions, as well as at the CCI, LCIA, ICSID, or AAA, in procedures following UNCITRAL, ICAO rules, and ad hoc arbitrations. He holds a Degree in Law from the University of Santiago de Compostela.
Full professor in Public International Law and International Relations at the San Pablo CEU University. Full professor at Jean Monnet in European Law and European Cultural Identity. Director of the University Institute of European Studies at the San Pablo CEU University. Visiting academic at the Royal Academy of Jurisprudence and Legislation. Secretary of Committee on Arts and Cultural Law of the International Bar Association. Member of the Fulbright Commission and the U.S. Marshall Foundation. Member of the Board of Directors of the Harvard Club. He is Doctor in Law and a Doctor in Philosophy and Arts from the University of Münster, and holds a Master’s in Law and in International Relations from the University of Harvard.
Founding partner of Stampa Abogados. He has participated as lawyer, arbitrator, and secretary of Arbitration Tribunals in over one hundred national and international arbitration cases, under the auspices of the main arbitration institutions, and connected to the protection of foreign investment (APPRI). He has a Doctorate from the Madrid Complutense University and a Master of Laws (LL.M) from the University of London.
Member of the Department of Procedural Law and Intellectual Property at Eversheds Sutherland. He also runs the health sector of Eversheds Nicea and is co-president of the health sector of Eversheds International. He has wide experience in legal and arbitration procedures and is an expert in the sectors of health, transport, and music. He has a Degree in Law from the Autónoma University of Madrid.
Secretary General of the European Association of Arbitration, Member of Íscar Abogados. As an expert in arbitration, he is a member of the Spanish Arbitration Club, Secretary General of the European Arbitration Association, and president of the Hispano-Moroccan Arbitration Court. Furthermore, since it was founded in March 2015, he has been Secretary General of the Ibero-American Arbitration Centre (CIAR – initials in Spanish). He holds a Degree in Law from the San Pablo CEU University.
General Counsel at Chemo. Secretary of the Board of Directors at Indra Brazil, and in charge of their legal affairs for America. She has a Degree in Law from the Complutense University of Madrid, LLM from the Instituto de Empresa (IE) Business School.