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Agustina Fanelli Evans

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Estudio O'Farrell

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Energy & Natural Resources - Telecommunications, Media & Entertainment - Regulatory, Administrative & Constitutional Law - Competition/Antitrust - Pharmaceutical & Health

Position

Agustina Fanelli is a Partner of the Public Law and Economic Regulation Department since 2014. Agustina´s practice focuses in energy, telecommunications, infrastructure, and other heavily regulated sectors.

Career

Agustina is professor of the Master´s degree program on Administrative Law at the Universidad Austral where she teaches Public Services since 2008 as well as the subject Control Judicial y Procesal Constitucional (Judicial and Procedural Constitutional Control) since 2013. She has been a law professor at the Universidad del Museo Social from 2001-2007.

Among others, she has advised GAS NATURAL BAN, EDENOR, TRANSENER, PAMPA ENERGIA, CLARO, YPF, FARMACITY, GRUPO CONCESIONARIO DEL OESTE and other local public services companies, in matters related with public law, economic regulation and litigation.

Languages

Spanish and English

Member

Member of the Argentine Association of Administrative Law and Buenos Aires City Bar Association.

Education

Law Degree with mention, Universidad Católica Argentina and Master’s course on Administrative Law, Universidad Austral.


Argentina: Energy and natural resources

Electricity

Within: Electricity

Estudio O'Farrell’s practice, which demonstrates broad capability in both regulatory and transactional matters, is commended for its ‘strong commitment to the client’. The ‘creative and problem-solving’ team is led jointly by the ‘very experiencedUriel O´Farrell and economic regulation specialist Agustín Siboldi; it also benefits from the senior experience of ‘fantastic administrative law partnerMaría Agustina Fanelli Evans and Fernando Raúl García Pullés. Recent highlights include advising Argentina’s largest electricity distributor, Edenor, on the renegotiation of the electricity distribution concession agreement for the City of Buenos Aires and the north of Buenos Aires province. It is also assisting Pampa Energía with the auction proceedings for three new power electricity generation plants. Compañía General de Electricidad, Energy Consulting Services and YPF Energía Electric are also on the department’s books.

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