Luís Miguel Pais Antunes
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Telecommunications, Media and Technology (TMT).
Exports & International Trade, Social Security.
Member of the Legal Service of the European Commission (1996-1989); Legal Secretary (Référendaire) to the President of the Court of First Instance of the European Communities (1989-1994); Director general of competition and prices, Ministry of Economy, Portugal (1994-1996); Member of the Economic and Social Council, Portugal (1994-1996); Member of the OECD’s Committee on Competition Law and Policy (1994-1996); President of the Permanent Commission of the Fair Trade Code (1997-2002 and 2009-…); Secretary of State, Ministry for Social Security and Labour (2002-2004); Ministry for Economic Activities and Labour (2004-2005); Portuguese Government Member of the Portuguese Parliament and vice-president of the European Affairs Committee (2005-2009); Executive Director of the Institute for Strategic and International Studies (2008 - ....); Member of the Arbitral College as Presiding Arbiter for mandatory arbitration and necessary arbitration under the Labour Code since 2009; On the list of arbitrators of the Arbitration Centre of the Portuguese Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Member of the Editorial Review Board of Oxford Competition Law ; Partner in PLMJ Telecommunications, Media and Technology (TMT) practice area.
Member of the Coimbra Association of European Studies; Member of the Portuguese European Law Association (APDE).
Law degree from the University of Coimbra, 1980; Admitted to the Portuguese Bar Association in 1982; MA in Advanced European and International Studies, European Institute for Advanced International Studies, University of Nice, 1985; Diploma in European Studies in Law from the Law School of the University of Coimbra, 1991; Visiting Professor at the Law School of the University of Coimbra (European Public Administration, Master in Public Administration, since 2008); Visiting Professor at the Law School of the Universidade Católica, Oporto (seminar “Communications Law”, since 2006).