Cuatrecasas Stibbe (Amsterdam)

Maria Lopez Ridruejo

Cuatrecasas, Stibbe (Amsterdam)

Ms Ridruejo joined Stibbe Amsterdam in 2009 where she is currently Senior Associate. She holds an LL.M. from the Amsterdam Law School and a Master in Law from the ICADE (Madrid, Spain). She is currently working as a lawyer in the EU Competition practice group of Stibbe. The team is based in Amsterdam and Brussels and has extensive experience in complex and trans-border competition and regulation matters. I hold a degree in law from the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (ICADE), Madrid and an LLM in European Business Law from the University of Amsterdam (UvA).

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1262 Bulletin

Maria Lopez Ridruejo, Iratxe Aguirre de la Cavada The Spanish Supreme Court rejects applicability of ‘fortuitous discovery’ doctrine when an inspection order is excessively vague (Unión de Empresas de Recuperación)


On February 26, 2019, the Spanish Supreme Court ruled on the Unión de Empresas de Recuperación (“UDER”) appeal against the National High Court’s judgment, which had confirmed a 2014 decision of the Comisión Nacional de los Mercados y la Competencia (Spanish Competition Commission, “CNMC”) fining 13 (...)

Maria Lopez Ridruejo, Iratxe Aguirre de la Cavada The Spanish Supreme Court declares a dawn raid illegal because Competition Authority officials did not inform the company that the search warrant had been previously denied (Montibello)


On June 15, 2015, the Spanish Supreme Court issued judgment number 1407/2014 on the Cosmética Cosbar S.L. (“Montibello”) appeal against a National High Court judgment, which confirmed the decision of the Comisión Nacional de la Competencia (former Spanish Competition Commission, “CNC”) of March 2, (...)

Maria Lopez Ridruejo The Dutch Competition Authority decides not to impose fines on ten producers of fluid-concrete as the participation of all undertakings in the infringement was not established and as result no appreciable restriction of competition could be determined (Betonmortelfabriek Utrecht)


Introduction On January 11, 2006 the Dutch Competition Authority (NMa) imposed fines on ten Dutch producers of fluid-concrete for a total amount of € 6 million for an infringement of Article 6 of the Dutch Competition Act. According to the NMa the undertakings exchanged information about price (...)

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