Miguel Gorjão-Henriques

Sérvulo & Associados (Lisbon), International Chamber of Commerce (Lisbon)
Lawyer (Partner) / President

Miguel Gorjão-Henriques has been Partner at Sérvulo since 2008. He has been arbitrator of the Arbitration Centre of the Portuguese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, since 2012. He has been 1st and current President of the Competition Commission of the Portuguese Delegation of the International Chamber of Commerce, since 2011. He is Member of the working group, nominated by the Minister for Economy and Employment of the XIX Constitutional Government, in charge of analysing the public consultation on the new draft of the Competition Act, 2011-2012, Member of the Board of APDE - Associação Portuguesa de Direito Europeu (Portuguese Association for European Law), since 2009, Founder and member of the Advisory Board of CAPDC – Círculo dos Advogados Portugueses de Direito da Concorrência (Network of Portuguese Competition Lawyers), since 2009; current member of the General Meeting. He was Executive Director of APIFARMA - Associação Portuguesa da Indústria Farmacêutica (Portuguese Association of the Pharmaceutical Industry) in 2007. He has been specialist Lawyer in European and Competition Law, officially recognised by the Portuguese Bar Association since 2006. He was Senior associate lawyer at «Vieira de Almeida e Associados», from 2005 to 2007 and Senior associate lawyer at «PLMJ – A.M. Pereira, Sáragga Leal, Oliveira Martins, Júdice & Associados» between 2003 and 2005.

Linked authors

Cabovisao
Serra Lopes Cortes Martins & Associados (Lisbon)
New University of Lisboa - Faculty of Law
European Court of Justice (Luxembourg)

Articles

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Carla Farinhas, Miguel Gorjão-Henriques The Portuguese Competition Authority imposes a € 9865 fine on 7 regional driving schools for anti-competitive agreements on prices after a 3-year investigation (Driving school cartel)

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On June 17, 2011, the Portuguese Competition Authority (PCA) announced, through Press Release 6/2011 that it has imposed fines totalling € 9.8 thousand on seven driving schools operating in the Autonomous Region of Madeira (ARM) – more specifically, in the capital Funchal – which it has found had (...)

Carla Farinhas, Miguel Gorjão-Henriques The Portuguese Competition Authority fines industrial cleaning firms for anti-competitive bid-rigging and information exchange (Conforlimpa - Multiserviços and Number One - MultiServices)

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On June 2, 2011, the Portuguese Competition Authority (PCA) announced, through its Press Release Nr. 5/2011, that it has imposed fines totalling EUR 316.3 thousand on two industrial cleaning firms in Portugal which it has found had colluded on cleaning services contracts. The PCA has concluded (...)

Miguel Gorjão-Henriques, Miguel Sousa Ferro The Portuguese Competition Authority fines the national association of parking companies for an unlawful decision to restrict competition (Associação Nacional de Empresas de Parques de Estacionamento)

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On 19 January 2011, the Portuguese Competition Authority (PCA) announced, through press release 1/2011 and a Q&A report that it has imposed on the National Association of Parking Companies (ANEPE) a fine of € 1,971,397 for anticompetitive practices in the national market for the (...)

Miguel Gorjão-Henriques, Miguel Sousa Ferro The Portuguese Competition Authority releases a detailed report on commercial relations between large retailers and suppliers of food products (Food trade report)

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Starting in December 2008, the European Commission published several documents relating to pricing and distribution practices on European food markets, in particular the Communication “A better functioning food supply chain in Europe” (COM(2009)591) and the retail market monitoring report (...)

Miguel Gorjão-Henriques, Miguel Sousa Ferro The Portuguese Competition Authority condemns a professional association for anticompetitive practices in the training market (Order of Certified Accountants)

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The Portuguese Competition Authority (PCA) has found that the Order of Certified Accountants (OCA or OTOC, in Portuguese), formerly named Chamber of Certified Accountants (until Decree-Law 310/2009) has breached articles 101 and 102 TFEU, and their national equivalents (articles 4 and 6 of (...)

Catarina Pinto Xavier, Miguel Gorjão-Henriques The Portuguese Competition Authority renews the decision against milling cartel imposing fines of around 9 million euros (Cerealis / Milling cartel)

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Last July 8th 2009, the Portuguese Competition Authority (Autoridade da Concorrência - “AdC” or “PCA”) has issued a new decision imposing fines of around 9 million euros on 11 flour-milling undertakings for coordinating prices, to the detriment of consumers, for breach of Article 4 (1) a) of the (...)

Miguel Gorjão-Henriques The Portuguese Competition Authority decides to end 8 procedures regarding restrictive practices in the service-station market (Anti-competitive practices in the liquid road-fuels sector )

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Last April 21st 2009, the Portuguese Competition Authority (Autoridade da Concorrência - “AdC”) announced the decision to discontinue eight procedures for breach of article 4 of the Competition Law (Law 18/2003), considering that some parallel behavior existent between oil companies and some (...)

Miguel Gorjão-Henriques The Portuguese Competition Authority suspends promotional TV campaign of multimedia operator on the basis of alleged abuse of dominant position (ZON Multimédia)

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Last January 6th, 2009, the Portuguese Competition Authority (Autoridade da Concorrência - “AdC”) announced that it has ordered the telecoms operator ZON Multimédia to suspend a promotional campaign involving the attribution to its cable TV clients (of ZON/TV Cabo) of a fidelity card conferring the (...)

Madalena Sutcliffe, Miguel Gorjão-Henriques The Portuguese merger regime narrows the time limits for control and the time frame to notify takeover bids (Act, 2 Nov. 2006)

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The Portuguese Government recently adopted Decree Law 219/2006 of 2 November 2006 (“DL 219/2006” ). This diploma intends to implement Directive 2004/25/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, of 21 april 2004, on takeover bids (OJEU L 142, 30 April 2004, pp. 12-23 ; “European Takeover (...)

Miguel Gorjão-Henriques The Portuguese Competition Authority condemns cartel in the salt sector under Art. 81 EC and imposes a fine of € 1 M (’Salt Cartel’ - Salexpor, Salmex, Vitasal)

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The Portuguese Competition Authority (Autoridade da Concorrência - “PCA”) has delivered a decision condemning four companies for entering into a cartel agreement aiming at dividing up and fixing market shares, fixing prices and sharing costumers. According to the PCA, the alleged cartel operated (...)

Miguel Gorjão-Henriques The Portuguese Competition Authority prohibits vertical restraints in the coffee distribution sector and imposes a fine of € 1.000.000 (Nestlé Portugal)

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The Portuguese Competition Authority (Autoridade da Concorrência), established by Decree-Law n° 10/2003, of January 18th, and hereinafter referred to as “PCA”), announced this April 27th 2006 that it has decided to fine Nestlé Portugal in € 1.000.000 for a violation of article 4 of the Portuguese (...)

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