María González Navarrete

Cuatrecasas, Goncalves Pereira (Madrid), ARPA Abogados Consultores (San Sebastian)
Lawyer (Associate)

María González Navarrete joined ARPA, ABOGADOS CONSULTORES law firm in May 2015 as an associate of the international and contract law department based in San Sebastian. She advises national and international clients on contract law issues, including antitrust aspects. She also assists and represents national and international companies before the European Commission and the Spanish Competition Authority in the different areas of competition law. Prior to that, María was for ten years an associate of CUATRECASAS, GONÇALVES PEREIRA law firm: she initiated her professional career as a member of the EU and competition law team based in Brussels, advising clients in antitrust matters and in a number of other EU law fields, including REACH regulation, food safety, public procurement, EC marking, and Common Fisheries Policy and, after 5 years she joined the litigation department in Barcelona assisting and representing clients before the Spanish Courts in different matters, including antitrust complaints.

Linked authors

DG COMP (Brussels)
Cuatrecasas, Gonçalves Pereira (Madrid)
Lonza (Basel)

Articles

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Albert Pereda Miquel, María González Navarrete The Spanish Competition Authority closes a resale price maintenance case, after applying the de minimis rule (El Corral de las Flamencas)

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On December 3, 2009, the Spanish Competition Authority(Comisión Nacional de la Competencia, “CNC”) closed a case of possible infringement of Article 1 of the Law 15/2007, for the Defense of Competition (“LDC”), involving the company El Corral de las Flamencas, S.L. (“El Corral”) fixing resale prices (...)

Albert Pereda Miquel, María González Navarrete The Spanish Competition Authority fines infrastructures groups in the logistics and telecoms sectors for not meeting the obligation to notify the acquisition of a service provider of digital terrestrial television and broadcasting transport to television stations (Abertis and Tradia/Teledifusión)

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On January 26, 2010, the Spanish Authority (Comisión Nacional de la Competencia, “CNC”) jointly and severally fined Tradia Telecom, S.A. (“Tradia”) and its parent companies Abertis Telecom, S.A. and Abertis Infraestructuras, S.A. (collectively referred to as “Abertis”) €143,000 for acquiring (...)

Alina Nedea, María González Navarrete The Spanish Competition Authority fines an association of Architects for preventing architects registered on its lists of judicial experts from registering on third parties’ lists (Valencia Architects’ Association)

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On February 9, 2009, the Spanish Competition Authority (“SCA”) considered that the Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de la Comunidad Valenciana (“COACV”), the official Association of Architects of Valencia, infringed Article 1 of the Spanish Competition Act by preventing architects registered on its (...)

Alina Nedea, María González Navarrete The Spanish Competition Authority orders an amateurs’ association to withdraw a so-called technical regulation aiming at keeping manufacturers’ prices low (ADIPAV, Holland Patines a Vela and Federación Catalana de Vela)

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On December 29, 2008, the Spanish Competition Authority (“SCA”) considered that Associació Deportiva Internacional de Propietaris de Patins a Vela (“ADIPAV”), a consumer association for catamarans (patines a vela), infringed Article 1 of the Spanish Competition Act by adopting a technical regulation (...)

Eider Echeverría Álvarez, María González Navarrete The Spanish Supreme Court reduces fine due to the lack of clarity of the legal framework that liberalized the market affected by the infringement (BT / Telefónica)

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On 23 March 2005, the Spanish Supreme Court considered that the lack of clarity of the legal framework that liberalized the market affected by Telefónica’s abusive conduct justified a reduction of the fine the Spanish Competition Authority imposed on Telefónica, S.A. (“Telefónica”) from 3.4 million (...)

Alina Nedea, María González Navarrete The Spanish Supreme Court annuls a decision authorizing a merger on grounds other than competition law (Antena 3 de Radio / Sociedad Española de Radiodifusión / Sociedad de Servicios Radiofónicos Unión Radio)

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On June 9, 2000, the Spanish Supreme Court annulled, on other grounds than competition law, the Spanish Council of Ministers’ decision of May 20, 1994 (“the Decision”) to not oppose a merger involving transferring part of Antena 3 Radio, SA (“A3”) and Sociedad Española de Radiodifusión, SA (“SER”) (...)

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