Rosa Espín is an associate in the Litigation & Trial Department of Latham & Watkins. Ms. Espín primarily advises clients on the resolution of disputes both in the Spanish territory and overseas. She has experience advising companies in many sectors, such as telecommunications, shipping, infrastructure and renewables. Ms. Espín has advised major Spanish utilities, such as energy companies in the power, oil and gas, and water sectors, in disputes with other companies or with government bodies.
Ms. Espín has in depth experience advocating before the following agencies: National Energy Commission, Spanish Securities and Exchange Commission, National Telecommunications Commission, National Antitrust Commission, Board of Nuclear Energy Security and the Bank of Spain.
Ms. Espín has experience in various litigation matters under Spanish law and has advised sophisticated clients in national arbitration proceedings. Recently she has advised a Spanish company in an ad hoc arbitration against a shipbuilding company in the Spanish Court of Arbitration. Ms. Espín has been advising the Spanish Ministry of Justice in the drafting of the new arbitration rules under Spanish law.
Ms. Espín has been engaged in many regulatory matters in the recent years. She has experience in projects and transactions related to public and administrative law including matters such as energy, water regulation, transport, telecommunications, administrative proceedings, environmental and other matters where the public administration has been involved. She has been providing permanent advise in all kind of regulatory aspects for companies listed in the Ibex-35.
Ms. Espín is an auxiliary professor of Civil Law at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos.
In addition, she has completed the course work for a Phd and has defended her short thesis with honors.