Leticia Sitges is an associate in the Environment, Land & Resources Department of Latham & Watkins' Madrid office. She represents clients in legal and arbitration proceedings on highly regulated sectors such as the environment and energy among others.
Ms. Sitges has experience advising both domestic and international clients in the following practice areas:
- Energy - Power
Ms. Sitges' experience includes advising:
- Triton Partners in regulatory and environmental issues for the acquisition of Fertiberia, a Spain-based company that manufactures and markets fertilizers and agricultural chemicals
- Bain Capital Private Equity in the acquisition of a majority stake in Fedrigoni, a manufacturer and distributor of paper, cellophane, self-adhesive and related products based in Italy
- IFM Investors in the acquisition of OHL Concesiones (current Aleática), a Spain-based company engaged in the development, operations and management of transport concessions in Spain, Central and South America.
- An industrial multinational company dedicated to the production of batteries in a complex environmental litigation before the Spanish courts in relation to the alleged declaration of a soil as contaminated
- Gas Natural Fenosa on a high-profile contentious administrative proceeding relating to the assignment of CO2 rights in Spain
- Apical Group, a leading producer of palm oil based in Indonesia, in the environmental and regulatory aspects for the acquisition of the Spanish company Bio-Oils Energy
- TA Associates in relation to the transmission of licenses and authorizations necessary to operate in the context of pet sales of Kiwoko by Corpfin Capital and Prince Capital Partners
- Banco Santander in the regulatory analysis for the refinancing of ENCE Energía y Celulosa
- Globe Specialty Metals in its merger with Grupo FerroAtlántica, including a deep analysis of the environmental aspects
- Investment funds on the regulatory implications and consequences punitive damages derived from installation of handling of emissions in Volkswagen vehicles
- Starbucks Coffee in terms of licenses and authorizations required for the sale of 49% of the shares of Starbucks Coffee Spain to Grupo Vips
- A Spanish nuclear and energy company in the negotiation of administrative and operational licenses