Regulatory, Public Law, Urban Planning and Competition
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Silvia San Felipe MenéndezLawyer | ONTIER SPAIN · Oviedo
Silvia has a degree in Law and in Business Administration and Management from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. After carrying out professional practices in the General State Attorney's Office (in the Audiencia Nacional, the Supreme Court and the Ministry of Public Works, successively), she developed her specialization in regulated sectors studying the Master in Business and Energy Law (Instituto Superior de la Energía, Repsol YPF and Cremades & Calvo-Sotelo), which she combined with a scholarship in the Department of Energy Regulation of the Legal Services of Iberdrola.
She joined the Department of Public Law and Competition of the firm Lener in Madrid, where she focused especially on matters related to energy -mainly renewable-, public procurement and contentious-administrative processes. In February 2012, she joined the Department of Administrative Law, Regulated Sectors and Competition of the British law firm Osborne Clarke. During these years, Silvia advised and represented national and international clients in all types of matters related to Public Law, the regulated sectors (energy, transport, infrastructure, health, pharmaceuticals, tourism, etc.) and Competition Law. In June 2017, she began her career in the Ontier Public and Urban Law Department.
Silvia has participated in all kinds of operations, many of them related to activities of great administrative intervention and public services (administrative contracting). She also advises in the verification of compliance with applicable sectorial regulations, in the detection of possible legal contingencies (due diligences), as well as in their resolution or regularization. Her work includes regularly representing her clients before administrations and public bodies (administrative proceedings), as well as before the courts (contentious-administrative appeals), in matters related to a wide variety of matters.
As regards Competition Law, it provides advice and training to companies, mainly on restrictive or potentially restrictive agreements and practices (selective distribution systems, exclusive, home inspections of companies, sanctioning proceedings, etc.), and merger control, either before competition authorities (CNMC or European Commission) or before the courts.
She is a member of the Madrid Bar Association (ICAM).
She speaks Spanish, English and French.