Andersen appoints Javier Moya as a partner for its litigation area

Andersen has appointed Javier Moya (pictured centre) as a partner in the litigation and arbitration practice in the Madrid office, reinforcing the firm’s capabilities in this area and, specifically, in the field of commercial litigation and national and international arbitration.

With more than 17 years of experience, Moya specialises in advisory and procedural matters, advising on complex civil and commercial legal proceedings before ordinary courts and arbitration tribunals, specifically in public infrastructure projects, telecommunications, the securities market, insurance contracts and corporate disputes.

He has also acted as State Lawyer before the National High Court, in various public bodies such as the CNMC, CNMV, Bank of Spain, ICAC or the FROB. He has also been deputy secretary of the board of directors of Acuamed and director of legal services and deputy secretary of the board of Adif. In the private sector, he has worked at the American law firm Jones Day, specialising in civil litigation and arbitration.

José Vicente Morote (pictured right) and Íñigo Rodríguez-Sastre (pictured left), managing partners of Andersen in Iberia, have highlighted that the incorporation of Javier Moya “represents a new boost for the litigation and arbitration department and reinforces our strategy of super-specialisation, thus providing great added value within the area, given that Javier Moya is a top professional with extensive experience”.

Irina Wakstein