Uria Menéndez (Lisbon)

Tânia Luísa Faria

Uria Menéndez (Lisbon)
Lawyer (of Counsel)

Tânia Luísa Faria is a Counsel at Uría Menéndez-Proença de Carvalho in Lisbon. She joined the firm in 2004 as a trainee lawyer and has worked in both the Lisbon and Brussels offices. Her practice area is EU law and EU and Portuguese competition law, and in particular merger control issues, cartels, abuses of dominant positions and State aid. She acts for clients in various sectors, including the financial, motor vehicles, telecommunications and media, air transport, energy, retail distribution and pharmaceutical sectors. She was named in the “Associates to Watch” category in Portugal in the 2011 to 2013 editions of Chambers Europe, and was also recommend by Legal 500 in 2012 and 2013.

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Articles

4432 Bulletin

Joaquim Caimoto Duarte, Tânia Luísa Faria The Portuguese Competition Authority clears in phase II a merger in the soft drinks and bottled water sectors, subject to remedies including brand divestment and provision of filling services to other brands (Sumolis / Compal)

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On 14 August 2008, the Portuguese Competition Authority (the “PCA”) adopted a merger control decision under the procedure set out in Law 18/2003 of 11 June (the “Portuguese Competition Act”), which approved the proposed acquisition of Compal by Sumolis, subject to certain conditions. Sumolis (...)

Joaquim Caimoto Duarte, Tânia Luísa Faria The Portuguese Competition Authority clears the acquisition of a port’s bulk liquid terminal business, further to an in-depth investigation on the impact of such operation in the fuels market at national level (Galp/Sines Bulk Liquid Terminal)

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On 26 June 2008, the Portuguese Competition Authority (hereinafter, the “AdC”) adopted a merger control decision in accordance with Law 18/2003 of 11 June (the Portuguese Competition Law), which approved the proposed acquisition by GALP Group (“GALP”) of the Port of Sines’ bulk liquid terminal (...)

Joaquim Caimoto Duarte, Tânia Luísa Faria The Portuguese Competition Authority clears the acquisition of a port’s bulk liquid terminal business, further to an in-depth investigation on the impact of such operation in the fuels market at national level (Galp/Sines Bulk Liquid Terminal)

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On 26 June 2008, the Portuguese Competition Authority (hereinafter, the “AdC”) adopted a merger control decision in accordance with Law 18/2003 of 11 June (the Portuguese Competition Law), which approved the proposed acquisition by GALP Group (“GALP”) of the Port of Sines’ bulk liquid terminal (...)

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