Jorge Manzarbeitia

Callol, Coca & Asociados (Madrid)
Lawyer (Senior Associate)

Jorge is a Senior Associate with Callol, Coca & Asociados in Madrid. Prior to joining Callol, Coca & Associados, he was Associate in the EU & Competition department of Roca Junyent, dealing with antitrust, merger control and State Aid issues. He also worked as an associate in the Corporate Department in Allen & Overy, Madrid. He holds a Law Degree from Universidad San Pablo CEU, Madrid, specialising in EC Law, which he finished in Portobello College, Dublín. He holds a Masters Degree in International Business Law from Institute of European Studies of Universidad San Pablo CEU and a LL.M Masters Degree in Corporate and Commercial Law from University College London.

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Callol, Coca & Asociados (Madrid)
Callol, Coca & Asociados (Madrid)

Articles

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Enrique Fayos, Jorge Manzarbeitia, Pedro Callol The Commercial Courts of Barcelona and Madrid render judgements in follow-on suits against a cartel in the envelopes market (Sobres de Papel)

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Update on damages claims in Spain - paper envelope cartel damages recovery. Several rulings have been issued by Spanish lower courts shedding light on key aspects of antitrust damages claims, such as the treatment of evidence concerning the calculation of compensation for damages. Also the (...)

Jorge Manzarbeitia, Pedro Callol The Spanish telecommunications regulator fines the incumbent € 20 M for abuse related to access to the subscriber loop but raises questions on its relationship with Spanish Competition Authority regarding competition law enforcement (Telefónica)

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On the 16 November 2006, the Spanish telecommunications regulator ("Comisión del Mercado de las Telecomunicaciones", CMT) fined the incumbent Telefónica € 20 M for failing to comply with the conditions for access to the subscriber loop applying to third party operators in connection with the (...)

Jorge Manzarbeitia, Pedro Callol The Spanish Government is compelled to modify the divestitures conditions imposed by its Energy Regulator to clear a merger in the electricity sector following a decision from the EC Commission (E.ON / Endesa)

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On 26 September 2006 the European Commission (Commission) ruled against the decision of the Spanish energy regulator (Comisión Nacional de la Energía or CNE) granting clearance to E.ON’s takeover bid for Endesa subject to a number of conditions, on the grounds of a breach of Article 21 of Council (...)

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