Andersen has hired former State Attorney Javier Moya as a new partner, joining from Jones Day, where he was of counsel of the firm’s Public Law and Regulated Sectors Practice.
Javier Moya has deep experience advising public and private companies in their interactions and relations with numerous governmental administrative entities. His work on behalf of clients includes Dispute Resolution through Litigation and Arbitration, in Spain and internationally, on matters related to construction projects, financing and operation of public infrastructures, enforcement procedures, administrative contracting (tenders and contractual claims), authorizations, and concessions. Moya’s work has involved key regulated industrial sectors including energy, infrastructure, telecommunications, pharmaceutical, transportation, and environmental.
Prior to joining Jones Day in 2018, Moya served as State Attorney before the National Court in regulated sectors including The Competition Authority, National Securities Market Commission, Bank of Spain, The Audit Commission, Fund for Orderly Bank Restructuring, and Court of Contract Appeals. He has been Legal Advisor to the Board of Directors of state company Adif and Adif High Speed Trains, and deputy secretary of the group companies, as well as Legal director and deputy secretary of Acuamed, a leading state water company in Spain.
Moya joins Andersen as a partner to reinforce the firm´s Litigation & Arbitration department.
José Vicente Morote and Íñigo Rodríguez-Sastre, managing partners of Andersen in Iberia, said that Javier Moya’s incorporation “represents a new impulse for the Litigation and Arbitration department and reinforces our strategy of super-specialisation, thus providing great added value within the area, given that Javier Moya is a first-rate professional with a wealth of experience.”