ECONOMIC AND REGULATORY
The Firm represents its clients in all matters related to their activities with the public sector, defending their rights and interests both in administrative proceedings and before courts of contentious-administrative jurisdiction and constitutional jurisdiction. Our lawyers have acquired vast experience in the area of public law both in their private practice and in their performance in numerous public institutions, such as the Supreme Tribunal of Justice, the Superintendency for the Promotion and Protection of Free Competition, the National Commission of Telecommunications, SENIAT,
the Attorney General’s Office and as professors in several universities.
The Administrative Law area has experienced a lot of growth recently and has included among its activities the Economic and Regulatory Law, where lawyers specializing in this field offer general advice and highly specialized products such as legislative and regulatory monitoring, impact analysis, negotiations with the public sector, regulatory audits, planning, processing, and administrative
and judicial appeals in exchange control matters (CADIVI), integral representation in consumer protection procedures (Indepabis) and procedures related to PROCOMPETENCIA (in this area, our Firm has dealt with some of the most important cases in Venezuela: Polar/Regional bottles case, Cementos case, Savoy/Frito Lay merger, Pepsi-Cola/Coca-Cola, among others).
THE ADMINISTRATIVE, ECONOMIC AND REGULATORY DEPARTMENT PROVIDES ATTENTION TO ITS CLIENTS IN THE FOLLOWING MATTERS:
Administrative and constitutional law.
Urbanism and environmental law
Legislative follow-up and impact analysis.
Administrative, contentious-administrative and constitutional procedures.
Free competition, unfair competition and antidumping law.
Public services regime and regulation and regulated sectors.
Defense of constitutional rights and guarantees.
Economic and regulatory law
Preparation of regulatory maps and audits.
Analysis and participation in normative public consultations.
Public tenders and government procurement.
Government relations and public negotiations.
Legal analysis of public policies.
Information technologies and new technologies.
Authorizations and concessions.
Mass consumption products regulation.
Economic integration law.
Pecuniary responsibility of the State.
Advertising, quality standards and prices regulation.
Petitions and formalities before public administrations.
Economic analysis of the law.