Our Infrastructure Group is made up of legal experts in different practice areas who provide coordinated, close and permanent advice to developers, constructors, operators, public authorities and financial institutions in the tendering, financing, construction and operation of infrastructure in Spain, Portugal or internationally.
We have advised the whole spectrum of the top Spanish and Portuguese financial institutions and developers associated with this sector and Spanish, Portuguese and foreign investment funds in the acquisition of consolidated infrastructure or packages of financial assets linked to the operation of such infrastructure.
We have also provided services to all types of public authorities and public sector bodies on the best way of legally structuring, making financially viable and tendering their concession projects or PPP.
In addition, we actively participate in infrastructure associations and legal forums, where we share our experience, give seminars and promote legislative initiatives that are necessary to modernise this sector and issue periodic research publications on the most relevant legislative and case law developments affecting the sector.
We offer advice aimed at providing a comprehensive, specific and personalized response to the needs and special characteristics of companies engaged in the business of:
Adif y Adif Alta Velocidad han aprobado las nuevas versiones de sus respectivas declaraciones sobre la red en las que se regula en detalle el sistema de adjudicación de capacidad a las empresas ferroviarias ante la apertura definitiva del mercado en diciembre del 2020.
La adjudicataria no puede imponer la subrogación laboral en el pliego de la siguiente convocatoria porque asumiera la subrogación de los trabajadores de su predecesora.
The new measures of the United States towards Cuba have materialised. On Thursday 2 May, Title III of the of the Cuban Freedom and Democratic Solidarity (Libertad) Act of 1996 (better known as the Helms-Burton Act) was activated for the first time, opening the door to claims in U.S. courts in connection with properties that were nationalised in Cuba at the time of the Revolution and that are currently being used by third parties. The international reaction to this development has been important, especially in the European Union.