Cruz Vilaça Advogados (Lisbon)

Mariana Tavares

Cruz Vilaça Advogados (Lisbon)
Senior Counsel

Mariana Tavares is Senior Counsel at Cruz Vilaça Advogados and an Integrated Researcher at the Research Centre of the Institute for Political Studies of Universidade Católica Portuguesa. She served as a référendaire at the Court of Justice of the European Union and was a United Nations International Consultant for competition matters. She held several senior positions at the Portuguese Competition Authority and has been closely involved with the development of European and international competition law and policy. Mariana Tavares served as chair of several Working Groups of the European Competition Network and the International Competition Network, and she has also been actively engaged with the work of the BRICS Competition Law and Policy Centre, OECD and UNCTAD. She holds a PhD from King’s College London.

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1104 Bulletin

Joao Eduardo Gata, Mariana Tavares The Portuguese Government reaches a Memorandum of Understanding with EU and IMF on granting financial assistance subject to specific economic and competition policy conditions


The views expressed here are the authors’ alone. 1. Introduction On May 3rd 2011 the Portuguese Government reached an agreement with the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund regarding a Memorandum of Understanding on specific economic policy (...)

2068 Review

Mariana Tavares, Mariana Tavares de Araujo International cooperation as an effective tool for competition enforcement : The Brazilian and Portuguese cooperation experience


Cette contribution étudie la coopération bilatérale entre les autorités de concurrence brésilienne et portugaise et identifie les domaines dans lesquels cette coopération pourrait être renforcée. Introduction 1. Over the last two decades the antitrust enforcement landscape has significantly changed (...)

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