Tânia Luísa Faria is counsel at Uría Menéndez-Proença de Carvalho, in Lisbon, 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 is a member of the Portuguese Competition Lawyers Association and assistant lecturer at the Law Faculty of the University of Lisbon. Tânia was recognized by the legal directories Chambers Europe, Who’s Who Legal and Legal 500.
Tânia Luísa Faria, admitted to Portuguese Bar (2006); education: University of Lisbon (Law Degree, 2004); University of Lisbon (Postgraduate degree in Regulatory Authorities, 2007); Queen Mary-University of London (Postgraduate studies in EU Competition Law, 2009); University of Lisbon (Master's Degree in Law and Economics, 2012); University of Lisbon (Ph.D. Student – Law and Economics, 2013).
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