Regulatory, Public Law, Urban Planning and CompetitionEnergy
Pedro Rubio EscobarPartner | ONTIER SPAIN · Madrid
Pedro Rubio Escobar is a partner at ONTIER and an expert in Procedural and Arbitration Law, Administrative Law and regulated markets. He obtained a Degree in Law from Universidad de Deusto with Honours (1993) and completed his training by sitting official exams to access the Treasury Counsel Corps. He belongs to the Madrid Bar Association and has intervened in relevant arbitration and court proceedings in relation to energy markets, telecommunications, expropriation, asset liability proceedings and economic concentrations of significant importance in Spain.
He has written various books together with other authors, including “Comentario a la Ley 60/2003, de 23 de diciembre, de Arbitraje” (Marcial Pons; 2005), and “Tratado sobre Tributación Medioambiental” (Thomson-Aranzadi, sponsored by Iberdrola; 2008). He is also the author of various publications, both in legal magazines and the general media, including “El sometimiento contractual del consumidor al arbitraje de consumo:¿sumisión expresa o mera opción a favor del arbitraje?. Referencia a la nueva Ley de Arbitraje” (Diario La Ley; 2004), and “Hacia una eventual convocatoria de nuevos concursos para la adjudicación de contratos de explotación de locales comerciales en recintos aeroportuarios: ¿convocatoria imperativa, o mera opción a favor de AENA?” (La Gaceta de los Negocios; 2007).
He has participated in various conferences and currently teaches Procedural/Civil Law as part of the Masters in Company Law offered by Fundación CIFF/Universidad de Alcalá de Henares, as well as Administrative Law at Escuela de Práctica Jurídica de la UNED, and in San Pablo CEU University.