Queen Mary University of London Pérez-Llorca (Madrid)

Pablo Figueroa

Queen Mary University of London, Pérez-Llorca (Madrid)
Partner/ Lecturer

Pablo Figueroa joined Pérez-Llorca in 2021 as a partner in the competition practice. He has over 15 years of experience in Competition Law, EU law and FDI. Before joining Pérez-Llorca, Pablo Figueroa was the head of the competition practice area in a leading Spanish firm. Prior to this, he led on matters related to investigations of cartels, abuses of a dominant position and obtaining authorisations on merger control matters while working as a lawyer at two prestigious international firms. Throughout his career he has advised major clients on anti-competitive agreements, merger control, unilateral conduct and dominant positions, antitrust litigation, state aid, distribution and cooperation agreements and defence against the imposition of fines by competition authorities. In addition to his Competition practice, Pablo Figueroa has significant experience in European law, International law, trade / anti-dumping law, public law and foreign direct investment (‘FDI’). Pablo Figueroa is a visiting lecturer on competition law at Queen Mary University and is a regular contributor to leading European and international competition law journals. He is one of the editors of the leading journal ‘World Competition’. In the past, Pablo Figueroa has taught at leading educational institutions such as Oxford University and IE Law School.


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Pérez-Llorca (Barcelona)
General Court of the European Union (Luxembourg)
Pérez-Llorca (Brussels)
Queen Mary University of London
Queen Mary University of London


1905 Bulletin

Pablo Figueroa, Peter Alexiadis The EU Commission challenges the governance rules of an international sports association as being incompatible with competition law (International Skating Union)


Skating on thin ice: The European Commission challenges the governance rules of an international sports association as being incompatible with European antitrust rules* The recent announcement by the European Commission (“the Commission”) that it is actively looking into the compatibility (...)



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