FERRERE

Associate

Agustín Marchesano

Agustín Marchesano is a member of the FERRERE Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Food Industries team, where he provides advice on regulatory and general corporate aspects.

 

Agustín Marchesano is a member of the FERRERE Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Food Industries team, where he provides advice on regulatory and general corporate aspects.

His practice focuses primarily on obtaining authorizations, permits and registries with different regulatory authorities, such as the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Livestock, Agriculture and Fishing, the Cannabis Regulatory and Control Institute, and the National Seed Institute. He also participates in advice on arranging representations, transfer of marketing authorizations, drafting and review of contracts, and analysis of regulatory queries.

He collaborates with companies on bid processes for government procurement of drugs, medical inputs and chemical products, providing advice throughout the procedure, responding to opportunities to review files, filing administrative appeals, preparing assignments of rights and filings with the Unified Government Suppliers Registry.

Since 2014 he has counseled Sanofi-Aventis, AbbVie, GlaxoSmithKline, Novartis, Bayer, Biogen, Siemens, Microlab, Ecolab, Arcor and Nestlé, among others.

From 2016 to 2017 he worked in the firm’s Litigation and Arbitration department, on judicial processes for contract and tort liability, bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings, and judicial recoveries of assets.  He also counseled Club Atlético Peñarol on player claims before the Professional Football Arbitral Tribunal of the Uruguayan Football Association.

He has authored and coauthored publications on contracts, civil liability and issues related to the pharmaceutical industry.  He has participated as attendee and speaker at academic seminars, conferences and congresses on civil and commercial law.

 

 

 

  • Attorney, Universidad de la República (Uruguay), 2017.
26/03/2020
Uruguay

Montevideo: new operating conditions for establishments open to the public

The Municipality of Montevideo, in resolution 1361/020, has established new operating conditions in order to avoid agglomerations of people and to minimize the risk of COVID-19 contagion.   

23/03/2020
Uruguay

How does COVID-19 affect the pharmaceutical industry in Uruguay?

The national as well as global health emergency caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is having a direct impact on different industries, and the pharmaceutical sector is not alien to this reality. 

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