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Fieldfisher JAUSAS reinforces its administrative and regulatory law area with two new partners




Fieldfisher JAUSAS has strengthened its Administrative and Regulatory Law area with the addition of two new partners.

Ramón Vázquez del Rey and Silvia Mañá join the offices in Madrid and Barcelona, respectively, with the aim of expanding, complementing and driving forward this area of practice within the network of the British firm. Their expertise, backed up by extensive professional careers, will allow them to contribute added value to the department and the firm as a whole.

Ramón Vázquez del Rey Villanueva, with more than 21 years of professional experience in the field of public law and regulated sectors, arrives from PwC, having previously been with Uría Menéndez. He is recognized in Chambers as an expert in Energy & Natural Resources. His experience in the energy and infrastructure sectors, as well as cross-sectoral advice on public law and in contentious-administrative litigation, will reinforce Fieldfisher’s presence in these sectors, where the needs and opportunities for its clients are significant, especially in the current context.

Silvia Mañá, for her part, comes from the well-known public law boutique firm of Professor Joaquín Tornos, and after passing through Roca Junyent and Cuatrecasas, joins our firm as a specialist in public law consulting, with a special track record in the fields of urban law, environment, public procurement and contentious-administrative litigation.

According to Vázquez del Rey, our objective is to “drive forward and reinforce an area that allows us to expand our offer as a firm and, at the same time, be able to offer comprehensive advice to our clients.” In this sense, in a traditional sector such as legal, the current socioeconomic context is giving rise to a set of legal changes “that must be interpreted as an opportunity for our sector”, according to Mañá, who adds that “our key goal and objective is to generate added value for our clients, which is why it is essential to design and offer new products and services to anticipate their needs, and to offer advice adapted to the circumstances and challenges presented by the current legal framework.”

The president and partner of Fieldfisher JAUSAS, Jordi Ruiz de Villa, emphasizes that “with these two renowned professionals, Fieldfisher JAUSAS completes the financial year with five additional partners, demonstrating to what extent the firm is committed to increasing the talent of its workforce. ”According to Ruiz de Villa, “at Fieldfisher JAUSAS, the aim is to continue to commit to taking on directors and counsels from other firms who stand out for their excellence and dynamism and want to develop as partners both in Barcelona and in Madrid within an international firm.”

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