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Miguel A. Caramello Alvarez

Miguel Caramello Alvarez is a counsel at the firm’s Brussels office. He is a member of the antitrust, competition and trade regulation practice group.

He is a regulatory and competition lawyer with extensive experience in the transport sector, in particular on rail. Within his practice, he focuses on all aspects of EU and international rail transport law, competition law and state aid, public procurement, market access and public policy. He provides regulatory and competition representation before the European Commission and other national competition authorities, national rail regulatory bodies and public procurement authorities.

Prior to joining the firm, Miguel served as the chief legal officer for an organization that represents the main railway and infrastructure companies across the European Union. He focused among others on rail transport law, competition law and state aids, public procurement, public service obligations, distribution and data protection.

  • Lecturer, “Rail Transport Law”. European College of Parma (2017-2018)
  • Presentation on “Challenges of IT customs reform”, European Parliament IMCO: Strengthening Competitiveness of the Internal Market by developing the EU Customs Union and its Governance (September 2018)
Additional Thought Leadership Pages
  • Author, Public service rail transport in the European Union: an overview (Third Edition, June 2017)
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