The American Institute of Electronic Commerce ILCE shaped to its regional initiatives and programs an advisory Board - Board of Advisors comprised of a select group of renowned international experts,
Thanks to their contributions, knowledge and experience, the Advisory Board - Board of Advisors collaborates significantly with the teams that drive the initiatives and ILCE Regional Program on issues such as legal and technological aspects, research and development, implementation, education, training and outreach, among others.
In addition, the Advisory Board - Board of Advisors, either jointly or individually, permanently advises on strategic decision making for Local and Regional Programs ILCE in general.
Brief summary of the CVs of the members of the Advisory Board - Board of Advisors:
Vikki Rogers is Director of the Institute of International Commercial Law at Pace Law School. Is adjunct faculty at Pace and Fordham Law School on International Trade Law and International Arbitration. He previously worked for Legal Studies leading local and international law issues Building and International Arbitration. He was also a case manager at the AAA ICDR (American Arbitration Association). He has published in the areas of International Sales Law, Dispute Resolution Electronics (RED / ODR) and International Arbitration. His current work focuses on the International Sales Law, International Consumer Electronics Dispute Resolution (RED / ODR) for local and cross-border disputes, and Electronic Commerce and Mobile. She is Director of the Global Forum Consumer Law (Global Consumer Law Forum) and editor for the CISG UNCITRAL Digest, Edition 2011.
Vikki Rogers is frequently invited as a speaker at numerous conferences and Law Network International Sale around the world. He has driven the adoption by UNCITRAL of a Working Group on material from RED / ODR and is an active participant of this group, which was established at the 43rd session of UNCITRAL.
Colin Rule is Director of Online Dispute Resolution for eBay and PayPal. He has worked in the field of dispute resolution for more than a decade as a mediator, trainer, and consultant. He currently co-Chairman of the Advisory Board of the National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution, Univ of Massachusetts and Nonresident Fellow at the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Univ. In 1999 he co-founded, then CEO and President of Online Resolution, one of the first providers of Online Dispute Resolution. He is the author of the work Online Dispute Resolution for Business, (Ed. Jossey-Bass, 2002).
Master's in Conflict Resolution and Technology Kennedy School of Government of Harvard University, graduated in Dispute Resolution University of Massachusetts and has a BA in Peace Studies from Haverford College. Colin has also served as a volunteer in the Peace Corps in Eritrea 1995-1997.
Zbynek Loebl is international lawyer in Internet issues. He has led a team that was selected by the European Commission and EURid to develop and implement a multilingual solution for electronic dispute resolution for domain names. Eu.
He has also directed ADR.EU team that was accredited by ICANN to be a new dispute resolution provider under the UDRP, and led the development and implementation.
During the past two years, Zbynek Loebl has led a number of international initiatives for cross-border Dispute Resolution Electronics for Electronic Commerce, especially the ECRI standards initiative (an idea to develop a multilingual international standard for communications within processes electronic resolution of disputes)
Aura Esther Vilalta is a Doctor of Law from the University of Barcelona. She is Professor of Civil Law at the Open University of Catalonia (UOC) and associate professor at the University Ramon Llull (ESADE). In the OUC also serves as professor of the Masters in Information Society and Dispute Resolution, and in the measurement Graduate University of Barcelona. It is also a researcher at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3) and focuses its work on projects Electronic Dispute Resolution and consumer redress. Aura Esther is a member of the Expert Working Group White Paper Catalunya Mediation (Justice Department of the Government of Catalonia) and head of the comparative study on mediation. She serves on the National Center for Technology and Disputes Resolution (NCTDR), University of Massachusetts, Amherst, since 2009 and Fellow of the Association of Dispute Resolution (ACR), Chicago, USA.
Marti Manent is Founder and Director of Derecho.com www.derecho.com, (site that provides online legal content, including products and services) and elAbogado.com (Legal Studies major online directory and in Spanish) is also Vice President adigital.org Adigital and Vice President of Trust Online
Previously, he worked as a lawyer Martí Garrigues Abogados, the largest law firm in Europe. He has experience in strategy and internationalization in Europe, USA and Latin America.
He was also President of the Spanish Association Electronic Commerce in the period 2007-2010 and professor at Instituto de Empresa.
Jorge Landau has a degree in Economics and MBA in Marketing Executive. During the 90's was a financial analyst for two large banks in Portugal. In 2000 he was hired by the largest Portuguese private group to develop the area of Internet and media having launched several Internet projects in Portugal. Currently an advisor to the Board of the Association of Electronic Commerce and Advertising Internactiva (ACEPI) Portugal
Ludovino Lopes: is a lawyer, specializing in Computer Law, International Relations and Climate Change. Is a partner at Ludovino Lopes Advogados, and President of the Brazilian Chamber of Commerce ( http://www.camara-e.net ).
For his vast experience and knowledge, Ludovino is frequently invited to give lectures in their areas of expertise
Pablo Cortés: a doctorate in law from the University of Cork (Ireland) and Professor at the Faculty of Law at the University of Leicester (United Kingdom) where he teaches civil litigation and. He graduated in law from the University of Vigo (Spain) and is registered as a non-practicing lawyer. Before obtaining an MBA PhD Paul European and Comparative Law from the University of Limerick (Ireland).
In 2010 Paul published a monograph entitled 'Online Dispute Resolution for Consumers in the European Union' by Routledge-Cavendish. His publications are included in numerous legal journals and is a regular speaker at international conferences. Paul is a member of the National Centre for Technology and Dispute Resolution, UMASS, Amherst
Diego Berardo: President and CEO of Latinvia ® leading pioneer in the development of e-business software in Latin America, with subsidiaries and integrators channels in more than 20 countries, 3,000 customers and 30,000 users of its various technologies.
Prominent businessman and entrepreneur in the IT sector in Latin America has vast experience in the industry.
Currently, in addition to his responsibilities at the private level, is Vice President of Finance and Investment Development Business Chamber of Software and Information Services CESSI and Director of the Latin American Institute ILCE Ecommerce. And university lecturer in the subject at various conferences and universities nationally and internationally. ITBA is an Industrial Engineer with Master in Corporate Finance at CEMA