Antía Tresandí Blanco

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton (Brussels)
Lawyer (Associate)

Antía Tresandí Blanco is an associate at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton in Brussels. Her practice area is European and Spanish Competition Law, covering, in particular, merger control issues (including multijuriscictional filings), cartels and abuses of dominant position at European and National Level. Antía acts for clients in various sectors, including telecommunications, retail distribution and several industrial sectors. She obtained her law degree at the University of Salamanca in 2001 and she received an LL.M. from the College of Europe in European Legal Studies in 2007. She also received a degree in international trade law from the University of Santiago de Compostela in 2002. Prior to joining Cleary Gottlieb, Antía was an Associate at the Competition Practice Department, in Cuatrecasas, Madrid.

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Antía Tresandí Blanco The Spanish NCA targets the sherry industry for the second time in one year and imposes an aggregate fine of € 6,723,000 M on nine sherry wine makers and two industry associations for participating in a cartel between 2001 and 2008 (Vinos Finos de Jerez)

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The Spanish National Competition Commission (“CNC”) imposed a € 6,723,000 aggregated fine on nine Sherry (Jerez) wine makers, the industry association FEDEJEREZ and the Regulatory Association of Sherry wine producers (“Consejo Regulador”) for their participation in a cartel between 2001 and 2008 (...)

Antía Tresandí Blanco The Spanish Competition Authority limits the duration of contracts concluded between broadcasters and football clubs for the acquisition and resale of football broadcasting rights for Spanish League and Cup matches, as well as a pooling agreement between broadcasters, to three years (AVS / Mediapro / Sogecable / Clubs de Fútbol de 1 y 2 División)

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On April 14, 2010, the Council of the Spanish Competition Commission (the “CNC”) adopted a decision in a case against several broadcasters operating in the markets for the acquisition and resale of football broadcasting rights for Spanish League and Cup matches, and football clubs of the 1st and (...)

Antía Tresandí Blanco The Spanish Competition Authority issues a report on the management of IP rights by collecting societies and concludes that their monopolistic position facilitates the distortion of effective competition

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On January 19, 2010, the Spanish Competition Commission published a report on collective societies’ management of Intellectual Property Rights (“IP rights”) in Spain and concluded that Spanish collecting societies enjoy a monopolistic position that reduces their incentives to operate efficiently, (...)

Antía Tresandí Blanco The Spanish NCA imposes a 10% turnover fine on the association of sherry wine producers for concluding anticompetitive agreements infringing both Art. 81 EC and mirror national provisions (Consejo Regulador de Denominación de Origen de Vinos de Jerez y Manzanilla de Sanlúcar)

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The Spanish NCA imposes a 10% turnover fine on the Association of Sherry wine producers for concluding three agreements infringing Article 1 of the Spanish Competition Act and Article 81 of the EC Treaty. The Spanish National Competition Commission (“CNC”) has ruled that the three agreements (...)

Antía Tresandí Blanco The Spanish Competition Authority overturns earlier decision and rules that an agreement between a regional health service and a professional association of pharmacists infringes Art. 1 of the Competition Act (Colegio Farmacéuticos Castilla-La Mancha)

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The Spanish National Competition Commission (“CNC”) has ruled that the cooperation agreement between the Regional Health Service of Castilla-La Mancha (“SESCAM”) and the regional Professional Association of Pharmacists (the “Association”) dated June 29, 2006 (the “Agreement”), amounts to a market (...)

Antía Tresandí Blanco The Spanish Competition Authority issues its first guidelines for the calculation of fines for antitrust infringements (Comunicación sobre la cuantificación de las sanciones derivadas de infracciones...)

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On February 6, 2009, the CNC approved its first guidelines for the calculation of fines for infringements of Articles 1, 2 and 3 of the Spanish Competition Act, and Articles 81 and 82 of the EC Treaty (the “Guidelines”). The CNC’s Council approved the Guidelines after a public consultation period, (...)

Antía Tresandí Blanco The Spanish Competition Authority fines collecting societies for the second time in two years for abuse of dominance in their management of intellectual property rights (Fonogramas)

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On 9th December 2008, the Spanish Competition Commission (“CNC”) issued a decision, establishing that the Association for the Management of Intellectual Property Rights (AGEDI) and the Management Society of Artists, Interpreters or Performers (AIE) had abused their dominant position in the market (...)

Antía Tresandí Blanco The Spanish Competition Commission clears in Phase II a merger subject to behavioural remedies in the elevators sector (Orona Sociedad Cooperativa / Ascensores Gastéiz)

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On 9 August 2007, Orona Sociedad Cooperativa (“Orona”) notified to the Servicio de Defensa de la Competencia, the acquisition of sole control of Ascensores Gastéiz S.L. The transaction was notified before the entry into force of the new Competition Act 15/2007 (the “Competition Act”) and therefore (...)

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