Raimundo Ortega is a partner at Jones Day (Madrid office). He focuses his practice on competition law, especially in the energy, telecom, and food sectors. He also has extensive experience in regulatory matters in both sectors. Raimundo advises clients such as Acciona, Bayer, Caja Madrid, Cooperativas, EDF, France Telecom, ING, Lafarge, Renault, Repsol, and Total before national and EC institutions on competition and regulatory matters. Currently, Raimundo is advising Centrica Energia on electricity regulatory, competition, and EC law issues involved in the tariff deficit before the Supreme Court. He represented SES Astra, obtaining the partial annulment by the Supreme Court of cable regulation on the grounds of telecom regulatory and EC law issues. Raimundo also successfully represented Spanish petrol stations before the EC and ECJ in a state aid case. He recently obtained, for the benefit of several food companies he represented, the closing of a four-year price-fixing cartel investigation by the Spanish Competition Authorities. Raimundo teaches energy law at Instituto de Empresa, competition law at ISDE, and competition law in the energy sector at Carlos III University, Madrid, where he has been a visiting professor of competition law for more than 10 years.