Felipe Flórez Duncan heads the Communications team at Oxera, working across the telecommunications, media and digital (technology) sectors. He has extensive experience in the application of competition and regulatory economics, including in abuse of dominance cases, vertical agreements, mergers, and regulatory policy and strategy.
In the telecoms sector, he has advised on a wide range of issues including market reviews, pricing of fibre networks, margin squeeze assessments, bundling, functional separation, and spectrum liberalisation and trading, as well as acting as economic expert during merger reviews in fixed, mobile and content markets. His clients include major operators such as BT Group, Openreach, Liberty Global and Vodafone, as well as regulators such as ComReg and the Regulatory Authority of Bermuda.
In the media sector, Mr Flórez Duncan has advised clients including the Motion Picture Association, Warner Bros., Liberty Global and Telefónica on issues such as joint selling agreements, passive sale restrictions, copyright policy, and horizontal and vertical mergers involving platforms, networks and content.
In the digital sector, his work focuses on the convergence between new and traditional business models brought about by the Internet, examining the implications for policy, regulation and strategy.
Mr Flórez Duncan is also a seasoned economic expert, having provided expert witness testimony in regulatory, competition and damages cases before UK and European courts.
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