Fide's Sessions

Fide organizes Forums and Sessions where economic, judicial and business related topics from the ample variety of sectors in the world are examined. These current topics require special attention and analysis. These forums and sessions are the essence of Fide, our signature. They are intellectual encounters of the upmost quality and freedom. One might even say that we have created a new way of dialogue.  

Some of the sessions involve international professionals with a global perspective of current economic, legal, and corporate matters in an ever more globalized world, with challenges, problems, worries and common solutions.    

These sessions are developed through the following work areas: 
  • Energy and Regulation 
  • New Technologies 
  • Dialogues Science and Law 
  • Commercial Law 
  • Penal Law of Business and Companies 
  • Financial Markets 
  • Tax and economic activity 
  • Industrial and Intellectual Property 
  • Data Protection 
  • Risk Management 
  • Current state of labor 
  • Competency Law 
  • Civil Process: Practical application of the Procedural Law 
  • Corporate Social Responsability 
  • International Arbitration and Litigation  
  • Economy and Law 
  • Administrative Law and regulated sectors 
  • Environment 
  • Sports, entretainment and Law 
  • Law and the European Union 
  • Urbanism and Real-State 
  • Fintech 
  • Tourism 
  • Art 
  • Journalism and Law 
  • Literature 

You can find all the information regarding our events in English on our schedule. You can search for the rest of spanish events in the Agenda section of our web.

If you wish to contact us regarding any of the activities in Fide, please contact us


All of FIDE’s activities follow the same methodology in their development, regardless of the format that is chosen.

We begin a conversation with senior professionals from companies, law firms and public administration, where current topics are analyzed from all perspectives and will all profiles interested in each subject. All sessions fall under the Chatham House Rule; participants may use the information received but may not reveal the identity nor affiliation of any other participant.