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Antonio Morales

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Partner, Deputy Office Managing Partner, Deputy Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Officer – Spain


Antonio Morales is the Deputy Office Managing Partner of the Spanish offices of Latham & Watkins and he is the Chair of the Litigation & Trial Department in Spain. Mr. Morales’ practice focuses on resolving a range of disputes through litigation proceedings. He has experience in complex and sophisticated disputes particularly in energy and power projects, engineering, infrastructure, cleantech and healthcare, among others. Mr. Morales is a State Attorney (1997) on voluntary leave.

Mr. Morales has developed the arbitration practice of Latham's Spanish offices. He has experience advising Spanish companies, mainly in the energy and industrial sectors, in arbitration proceedings. Mr. Morales is an arbitrator of the Spanish Court of Arbitration as well as of the Madrid Court of Arbitration.


Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Deputy managing partner Antonio Morales heads the team at Latham & Watkins LLP, which regularly acts for banking clients and leading corporates. Highlights included representing Gas Natural Fenosa in a €250m ICC arbitration against another major European energy company regarding the termination of a supply contract.

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Projects and energy

Within: Projects and energy

Latham & Watkins’ projects team has a proven track record advising on regulatory matters connected to the energy market and represents clients in energy-related disputes. It represented Gas Natural Fenosa in high-profile administrative proceedings relating to CO2 rights in Spain. Antonio Morales leads the practice.

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Public law

Within: Public law

Latham & Watkins LLP’s team provides public law assistance to local and international clients. Antonio Morales is noted.

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