is a senior associate at the firm who focuses on administrative law, dealing with issues concerning urban planning, construction, environment and public contracts. More specifically, Silvia advises investors, developers and construction companies throughout the due diligence process, the acquisition of the asset and the subsequent entitlement and development phases. She has experience in litigation before the administrative courts in relation to the above-mentioned matters.
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