Andersen Global Appoints Spanish Public Law Partner as EU Legal Coordinator and Adjunct Member of EU Board of Directors
Today, Andersen Global announced the appointment of José Vicente Morote as the European Legal Coordinator and an adjunct board member to the European Regional Board of Directors. José Vicente is a Partner at Andersen & Legal in Spain and Head of the Public and Regulatory Law practice in Madrid and Valencia.
Comprised of tax and legal Partners from Andersen Global member firms and collaborating firms, and led by Co-Managing Partners for the European Region, Andrea De Vecchi and Paolo Mondia, the regional board has been working diligently with Andersen Global Chairman and Andersen LLC CEO, Mark Vorsatz, to advance the strategy for growth opportunities and operations across the region. The European Board of Directors was established in September of 2018.
“José Vicente is a recognized thought leader in the area of public law, and his active and substantial support to our legal service lines has been invaluable,” said Andrea De Vecchi. “His expertise and acumen are a welcome addition to coordinate our legal service lines. We look forward to working with him on engaging public agencies and other related topics.”
Paolo Mondia added, “Our regional board serves as the keystone for our success across Europe with nearly two dozen countries represented, 200 partners, more than 1,000 total professionals and approximately 400 lawyers providing tax and legal services. José Vicente shares our vision and core values, and his educational background will serve us well.”
Prior to joining Andersen & Legal in Spain, Morote worked as a Partner at Olleros Abogados, Managing Partner of LexUrban Abogados & Urbanistas, part of LexCorporate Abogados, and served as Dean of the Law at Universidad Católica de Valencia, San Vicente Mártir. An advisor to Public Agencies on Administrative Law issues since 1995, he has a PhD of Law from the University of Bologna.
Over the past four years, Andersen Global has grown its presence in numerous major economic hubs across Europe, including the United Kingdom, Germany, Portugal, France, Spain, Italy, Hungary, Turkey, Ireland, Austria, Poland, Greece, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Slovakia, the Netherlands and Switzerland, through its member firms and collaborating firms.