INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION ANDBANKING CORPORATE GOVERNANCE:A TRANSATLANTIC PERSPECTIVE(XIV Conference Harvard-Complutense)24th, 25th, 26th and 27th October 2016Harvard Law School
Monday 24th October 20169.30 h. Welcome to participants and opening of the Seminar. José M. Martínez Sierra. Real Colegio Complutense Director.10.00-10.25h. 1st Lecture “Arbitration and Articles of Association (arts. 11 bis y 11 ter of the arbitration Act)”. Alfonso MadridejosFernández. Notary of Madrid.10.30-10.55h. 2nd Lecture: “The Situation of the Mortgage in Spain: legal news and recent ECJ case law”. Juan María DíazFraile. Colegio de Registradores de la Propiedad y Mercantiles de España.11.00-12.30h. 3rd Lecture: “A Case Study in the Proceduralization of a Fiduciary Duty: The Revlon Doctrine and the Duty toObtain the Highest Price in the Sale of a Company”. Reinier H. Kraakman. Ezra Ripley Thayer Law Professor. Harvard LawSchool.12.30h. Coffee Break.13.00-13.25h. 4th Lecture: “The reform of Securities Clearing and Settlement”, Luis M. Cazorla Prieto. Full Prof. of Finance andTax Law. URJC. BME (Sec. General y del Consejo).13.30-14.30h. Round Table. “Securities Clearing and Settlement: thoughts after the latest reform” (Modera-tor) Alberto J. TapiaHermida. Full Prof. of Business Law. UCM.Prof. Ana F. Muñoz. URJCProf. Luis Cazorla González-Serrano. URJC.Prof. Eva Recamán Graña. CUNEF/UCM.
Tuesday 25th October 20169.30-11.00h. 5th Lecture: “Class Actions and Arbitration in American Law”. Bruce Hay. Professor of Law. Harvard Law School.11.00h. Coffee Break.11.30-11.55h. 6th Lecture: “The general principles of law and arbitration”. Juan Serrada Hierro. CIMA President.12.00-12.25 h. 7th Lecture: “An off-the-shelf procedure in international arbitration: pros and cons”. José Carlos FernándezRozas. Full Prof. of International Private Law. UCM12.30-13.30h. Round Table. “International arbitra-tion”. (Moderator) Gonzalo Stampa Casas. CIMADirector.Prof. Emilio Díaz Ruiz. UCM.Prof. Alberto J. Tapia Hermida. UCM.Alfonso Madridejos Fernández. Notary.
Wednesday 26th October 20169.30-9.55h. 8th Lecture: “Corporate Governance and Banking Sector: general approach”. Carmen Alonso Ledesma. FullProfessor of Business Law. UCM.10.00-10.25h. 9th Lecture: “Remuneration of Directors and Executive Officers of Banking Entities”. José Carlos GonzálezVázquez. Professor of Business Law. UCM.10.30-10.55h. 10th Lecture: “The Supervisor as the new Protagonist of Banking Corporate Governace”. Francisco UríaFernández. KPMG (Partner).11.00-12.00h. Round Table. “Corporate Governanceand Banking Sector”. (Moderator) Carmen Galán López. Professor of Business Law. UCM.Prof. Cristina Guerrero Trevijano. UCM.Prof. Javier Megías López. UCM.Marcos Posada Rodríguez. Bank of Spain (Leg. Dept.)Fernando García Solé. Board Sec.Santander Consumer Finance12.00h. Coffee break.12.30-14.00h. 11th Lecture: “Recent Developments in the Economics of Litigation”. Kathryn E. Spier. Domenico de SoleProfessor of Law. Harvard Law School.
Thursday 27th October 20169.00-10.30h. 12th Lecture: “Deal Process Design in Management Buyouts”. Guhan Subramanian, Joseph Flom Professor ofLaw & Business, Harvard Law School, and H. Douglas Weaver Professor of Business Law. Harvard Business School.10.30-10.55h. 13th Lecture “Cross-border Insolvency: the New European Regime”. Pedro de Miguel Asensio. Full Professor ofPrivate International Law. UCM.11.00-12.00h. Round Table. “Latest reforms and tendencies on Insolvency Law”. Mariano Yzquierdo Tolsada. Full Prof. of CivilLaw.Prof. Carmen Galán López. UCM.Prof. Alfredo Muñoz García. UCM.Prof. Sagrario Navarro Lérida. UCLM.12.00 h. Closing of the Seminar by Prof. David Kennedy, Director of the Institute for Global Law and Policy. Harvard Law School.
Law & Business, Harvard Law School, and H. Douglas Weaver Professor of Business Law. Harvard Business School. 10.30-10.55h. 13th Lecture "Cross-border Insolvency: the New European Regime". Pedro de Miguel Asensio. Full Professor of Private International Law. UCM. 11.00-12.00h. Round Table. "Latest reforms and tendencies on Insolvency Law".
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