José Ramón is specialised in public procurement with particular focus on life sciences and healthcare. He has a wide expertise advising national and international companies on their relationships with Spanish public authorities.
José Ramón stands out for his practical and responsive approach when advising companies in their dealings with Public Administrations, facilitating and allowing a direct dialogue with them. He has a global and complete vision of the public sector and a unique ability to understand the business, even from a technical point of view. He has a wide range of specialisation in planning, public litigation, concessions, environmental and competition law, with especial focus in all phases of public procurement. He participates in transactions involving renewable energies and public infrastructures, where he applies his more than 13 years of experience in the public law sector.
His career as a lawyer started in 2007 in the Spanish Law Firm Uría Menéndez where he worked in the urban planning and public law departments. In 2008 he joined DLA Piper Spain, where he was working as Senior Associate Lawyer in the Public Law Department until April 2016 when he joined Osborne Clarke.
Helping you succeed in tomorrow's world
Understanding the complexities and particularities of the public sector is one of the key elements for companies whose activities are highly regulated and where public administrations play an important role within their business. This knowledge allows us to anticipate risks and implement the corresponding strategies. We adopt legal remedies and decisions in a sector where processes are very rigid. Such focused advice can determine the success of your business.
"José Ramon is our go-to-lawyer when we need clear and practical guidance on regulatory matters in Spain. He is a pleasure to work with and the quality of his work and responsiveness really make him stand out."
Luis Morcillo (Airbnb's Associate General Counsel)
The CNMC resolves doubts about the connection of renewable hydrogen projects to the gas grid by means of blending and highlights the existing gaps in the access regulations
The terms and conditions of the first pilot auction for renewable hydrogen production are published as a key element in the development of the European Hydrogen Bank
The CNMC publishes the criteria for determining the prohibition to contract for distortion of competition
Hybridising existing installations can increase renewable generation in the energy mix and optimise electricity grid use
The deadline for submitting applications of the programme of inecntives for H2 projects is the end of July