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Work +354 520 2050
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Dora Sif Tynes

Tel:
Work +354 5202050
Email:
ADVEL Attorneys at Law

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EU/EEA law & Competition

Position

Ms Tynes is an expert in the field of EU and EEA Law and has extensive experience from the EFTA institutions in Brussels. She has regularly served as a consultant to the Icelandic authorities in matters of EU/EEA law and has vast experience in litigation before the Community Courts and the EFTA Court. Ms. Tynes is a regular lecturer at the University of Reykjavik in EU/EEA law and has contributed to several publications in the field.   Ms Tynes a Partner and leads the EU/EEA law team and the Competition & State aid team of the firm.

Career

2011 to present ADVEL Attorneys (Partner). 2013 - 2016 Head of Legal Services at EFTA (on leave from ADVEL). 2009 - 2011 Private practice in Reykjavik. 2010 - 2011 Vice-chair of the Board of Directors of Byr bank. 2004 - 2009 General Counsel of Teymi and Vodafone Iceland.2001 - 2004 Legal Officer at EFTA Surveillance Authority. 2000 Auxiliaire at DG Competition EU Commission. 1997 - 1999 Associate Law Offices of Gardastræti 17, Reykjavik.

Languages

Icelandic, Norwegian, English, French, Italian, Swedish, Danish, German.

Member

Icelandic Bar Association. Globalaw. Vogel Global Competition Network.

Education

LLM in European and Comparative Law from European University Institute, Florence, Italy in 2000. Admitted to the Bar in 1998. Law degree (cand.iur) from University of Iceland in 1997. Studies in French and Litterature at Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier, France in 1991 - 1992.


Iceland

EEA and competition

Within: EEA and competition

ADVEL Attorneys at Law’s competition practice is instructed by Fjarskipti in a claim for damages of ISK1bn arising from Síminn’s alleged breach of competition law. It is also defending Kaupfelag Skagfirdinga in a case concerning an alleged abuse of a dominant position in the dairy industry. Dóra Sif Tynes has returned to the practice after three years at the EFTA Surveillance Authority.

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