Specialist in distribution agreements and abuse of dominant position; regularly advising important multinational companies and investment funds on the control of concentrations (Spain and EU) and representing them in the administrative courts.
Irene Moreno-Tapia has successfully advised and represented many clients on defense of competition before the Spanish authorities, in both the administrative and litigation fields (e.g., agreements, abuse, concentrations, and state aid).
She is also an expert in other areas of EU law, such as customs law, public procurement, European funds and food safety legislation. She has participated in many cases before the EU courts.
She lectures on competition law in the Master in International Business Law at ESADE Business & Law School.
Master in European Union Law (specializing in business law)
Université Libre de Bruxelles, Royal Institute of European Studies (RIEE), 1997
Bachelor of Laws
Universidad de las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 1996
Chambers Europe, IFLR (European Union), Legal 500, Global Competition Review and Best Lawyers in Competition and EU Law, Life Science and Transport.
Women in Antitrust
Global Competition Review, 2021
Lawyer of the Year
Best Lawyers (category: Competition Law), 2012