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Wed, 6 Sep 2017 16:31:00 +0100
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     Date Submitted:08-02-2011
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     Current job:Attorney at Law
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsAttorney at law for 15 years, great experience in the private sector national and international. b.a., ll.m and post degree in international business law and phd candidate in space law. remote sensing Copernicus Program MyOcean GMES
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    CURRICULUM VITAE

    SPACE LAW RELATED RESUME

     

    Space Law-related activities and achievements.
     
     
    August 2010.-    Attendant at the 19th European Center of Space Law Summer
    Course held in Jaen (Spain); a two-week course with intensive lectures given by
    university professors and space professionals concerning the international legal
    framework of space activities, including UN Resolutions, space treaties and other
    legal issues relevant to space applications such as the commercialization of space
    activities (licensing, contracts, insurance, public and private activities etc.),
    telecommunications, remote-sensing and intellectual property rights.
     
     
     
    September 2010.- Research Studies conducted related to satellite activities.
    Onwards. Legal Issues related to Satellite Earth Observation from Outer Space.
     
    December 2010.-   Attendant at the University of  Mississippi's 5th Eilene
    M. Galloway Symposium on Critical Issues in Space Law Art IX of the Outer
    Space Treaty and Peaceful Purposes: Issues and Implementation, December 2,
    2010 – Cosmos Club, Washington D.C. (U.S.A)
     
    December 2010.-    Rapporteur for the International Institute of Space Law
    during the 5th Eilene M. Galloway Symposium on Critical Issues in Space Law
    Art IX of the Outer Space Treaty and Peaceful Purposes: Issues and
    Implementation, December 2, 2010 – Cosmos Club, Washington D.C. (U.S.A).
     
    January 2011.-     Report written by Jordi Sandalinas for the 2011 IISL
    Proceedings. The 5th Eilene M. Galloway Symposium on Critical Issues in Space
    Law Art IX of the Outer Space Treaty and Peaceful Purposes: Issues and
    Implementation, December 2, 2010 – Cosmos Club, Washington D.C. (U.S.A)
    http://www.iislweb.org/docs/2010_Galloway_report.pdf 
     
     
    February, 2011.-  Visiting Researcher at the International Institute of Air and
    Space Law – University of Cologne (Germany).
     
    March, 2011.-     Admitted as an Observer during the 2011 ECSL Practitioner’s
    Forum .- Topic "Manned Spaceflight Safety Issues: Legal & Policy Aspects, ESA
    Headquarters, Paris (France)
     
    April, 2011.-      Observer for the International Institute of Space Law during the
    meeting of the UNCOPUOS Legal Subcommittee of the United Nations on
    Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, UNITED NATIONS, Vienna (Austria).
     
    April, 2011.-     Visiting Researcher at the International Institute of Air and Space
    Law – University of Cologne (Germany).
     
    April 2011 – 4/2011. ZLW German Journal of Air and Space Law. Review on
    the book by Lafferranderie, Gabriel and Marchisio, Sergio, The Astronauts and
    Rescue Agreement – Lessons learned.page 686.
     
     
    April 2011 – ZLW 60. Jg 2011 German Journal of Air and Space Law 
    International Academy of Astronautics 2nd Symposium on Private Human Access
    to Space, Arcachon, May 30 th  to June 1st 2011. By Jordi Sandalinas page 494.
     
    May, 2011 - Visiting Researcher Acceptance at the European Space Policy
    Institute, ESPI, Vienna (Austria).
     
    May 2011.- Research Studies conducted related to the UNIDROIT Draft
    Onwards. Protocol on matters specific to Space Assets.
     
    May, 2011.- Elected as a new Member of the International Institute of Space
    Law by the Board of Directors of the International Institute of Space Law during
    its meeting held in Vienna in March 2011, receiving a congratulatory letter signed
    by the IISL President Mrs Tanja Masson-Zwaan.
     
    May/June, 2011.-  Conference imparted at the 2nd IAA Conference on Private
    Human Access to Space in Arcachon (France). “International jurisdiction,
    recognition and enforcement of judgments in liability insurance matters related to
    accidents occurred during private commercial activities in Outer Space.”
     
    Sept / October 2011 – Institute of International Space Law in Cologne
    (Germany) Visiting Researcher.
     
    November 2011 – Bremen – Contracting for Space Conference - Attendant
     
     
    November 2011 - Environment Space Monitoring Conference in Jaen / Baeza
    related to Environment Protection and Human Activities.
     
    November 2011-  Researcher for the London Institute of Space Policy and Law.
    Research field Satellite Imagery and Court Proceedings. A comparative study.
     
    Jan 2012- German Journal of Air and Space. ZLW 1/2012 Achilleas, Philippe,
    Droit de l’espace. Télécommunication – Observation – Navigation – Défense –
    Exploration. Ed. Larcier, 2009 (Sandalinas) 169.
     
    March 2012 - ECSL Practitioners Forum in Paris. 
     
    April, 2012.- Observer for the International Institute of Space Law during the
    meeting of the UNCOPUOS Legal Subcommittee of the United Nations on
    Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, UNITED NATIONS, Vienna (Austria).
     
     
    June 2012 Toulouse Space Show Awarded with the First Prize and Special
    Recognition Award to the quality of the work presented called “Admission of
    Satellite Imagery as Evidence before the International Criminal Chamber
    and its Proceedings against War Crimes”
     
    October 2012 - Secondment Agreement at SPOT IMAGE- Toulouse; Stage at
    the Legal Department. 
     
    October 2012 – 63th IAC International Astronautical Congress in Naples, Italy
    (Attendant).
     
    January 2013 - Fifth annual conference on European Union space policy
    Brussels 29-30 January, 2013.  
     
     
     

     

    LEGAL EDUCATION
    Phd Candidate. University of Jaen (Spain). Research field: Remote Sensing
    LL.M. European Business Law (Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen, The
    Netherlands)
    – Consortium formed by the following Universities: Law Faculty of
    Barcelona, Law Faculty of Essex, Université de Lyon, Law Faculty of Konstanz,
    Law Faculty of Rome (Luiss Guido Carli), Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen. Law
    Faculty of Bologna and Law Faculty of Münster.
    – Topics: International Banking Law. International Taxation. Contract Law,
    International Taxation, Banking Law, Competition Law. International Intellectual
    Property Law (Author Rights, Patents, Software).
    B.A. Law Faculty of Barcelona (Spain).
    Honors in Civil Law (Contract Law) and Political Economy.

    OTHER LAW RELATED AWARDS
    Post Degree. Community Law (Center of International Studies / CESIM,
    Barcelona)
    Post Degree. Bankruptcy Law. Liquidator. (Asociación de Administradores
    Judiciales de Catalunya)
     

    INTERNATIONAL LAW COURSES
    Summer course Private International Law.
    The Hague Academy of International Law. International
    Court of Justice
    Summer course Public International Law.
    The Hague Academy of International Law. International
    Court of Justice.
    Course International Taxation
    International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation (IBFD), The
    Netherlands..

    LAW COURSES IN SPAIN.
    Propiedad Intelectual. Derechos de Autor. Derecho Musical y Audiovisual
    Sociedad de Autores y Editores de Madrid.(SGAE) .
    Crisis de Empresa Circulo Ecuestre de Barcelona
    Administración Concursal Il.lustre Col.legi d'Advocat de Girona

    ATTORNEY AT LAW
    Inscribed at the Bar Association of Girona (Spain) since November 1996.

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
    1992. Practicum at Rovira Arola, Attorney at law in Barcelona
    1994. Practicum at Pedro Castelo Marin. Administrador Judicial
    Since 1996 until today Family Firm formed by, father, Vicente Sandalinas
    Attorney at Law (Bar association of Barcelona,
    Spain) and, mother, Catalina Baró, Auditor /
    Accountant.(Auditing Association of Barcelona)
    Since 2002 until today Aid Lawyer Position (Bar Association of Girona,
    Spain) .

    FIELDS OF PRACTICE.
    - Litigation (civil jurisdiction). Spanish Procedure Law.
    Procedimientos Monitorios, Cambiarios, Matrimoniales, Guarda y Custodia,
    Medidas Provisionales, División de Herencia, Procedimientos Ordinario.
    Reclamaciones de Cantidad, Ejecución de Títulos Judiciales. Procedimientos
    relativos a la Propiedad Intelectual. Arrendamientos Urbanos, Aparcerías
    Rústicas Divorcios de Mutuo Acuerdo. Responsabilidad Civil. Accidentes.
    All type of civil proceedings in the field of civil law, marriage law, civil liability,
    inheritance, marriages, family law and of contract law
    - Litigation (criminal jurisdiction). Spanish Procedure Law.
    Juicios de Faltas, Procedimientos Abreviados, Juicios Rápidos, Delitos derivados
    de la Infracción de la Normativa de Circulación
    - Derecho Penitenciario (In-jail legal defense for inmates).
    Permisos Ordinarios, Indultos, Tercer Grado, Junta de Tratamiento.
    - Company Law
    Legal advising services rendered to Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in their
    daily activity. Contract drafting. Real Estate. Mortgage. Accounting. Rendering
    services in English and French.
    - Civil Law.
    Contract advising services; any type of contract as recognized by Spanish Law
    such as rents, acquisitions, civil liability.
    - Intellectual Property
    Entertainment Law. Legal advising services to any type of companies,
    management companies, record labels, artists. Administrative licenses.
    Intellectual Property Registry. All type of contracts, edition, performance,
    mastering. Administrative contacts with the main European Author Rights
    Collecting Rights Companies su ch as GEMA (Germany), SGAE and AIE (Spain),
    STIM (Sweden), ASCAP (USA). Arbitration clauses. Camber of Commerce in
    Miami (USA).
    Patents (National and Patents granted under the Patent Convention Treaty,
    Trademarks (National and European – OAMI- ).
    New Technology Rights. Domain Names, Electronic Signature, all types of
    contracts such as software licensing, Creative Commons, Audiobooks, Data
    Protection.


    LANGUAGE SKILLS. ADVISING SERVICES.

    Spanish & Catalan (Mother tongue)
    English (Proficiency Degree at the British Institute of Barcelona)
    French (Institute Française de Barcelonne)


    BAR RELATED ACTIVITIES:
    STATE. Bar Association of Girona (Spain)
    Position. Secretary of New Technology Section
    Event organizer. Conferences in author Rights, Data Protection

    PUBLICATIONS
    IISL Proceedings. Report. The 5th Eilene M. Galloway Symposium on Critical
    Issues in Space Law. Art IX of the Outer Space Treaty and
    Peaceful Purposes: Issues and Implementation
    Economist & Jurist Domain Names. Legal Framework.
    Girona Bar
    Association Journal Domain Names. Towards a New Dimension.
    “El Vigia” Spanish Numerous Articles on Bankruptcy Law.
    Commercial Journal
     

    MEDIA
    RADIO. Speaker in a Radio Program called “Parlem de Dret”.
    Cope Costa Brava
    Radio Station
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