Patricia Pérez Fernández

University of Castilla-La-Mancha (UCLM)
Lawyer (PhD candidate)

Patricia Pérez Fernández finished High School in Stuttgart (Germany) and holds a Law degree from the University of Castilla-la Mancha (Spain, 2009), where she got also an award of excellence at the end of her degree (because of the best mark in the region). She has also been finalist of the IX Garrigues award in 2009, given by one of the most important Spanish law firms. She has attended many Conferences and participated in some of them as speaker, and has experience as a legal translator (she speaks perfectly Spanish, German and English and fluently French). She also has published specialized articles about Competition Law. She holds a master degree in Fundamental Rights and Civil Liberties (Spain, 2010). She is doing a PhD in Competition Law, for which she has obtained a scholarship from the Spanish Ministry of Education. Currently she is working on her PhD as a researcher in the Max-Planck Institute for Intellectual Property and Competition Law in Munich, Germany.

Articles

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Patricia Pérez Fernández The Spanish Competition Authority imposes fines of nearly € 120 M on telecom operators for having abused of their dominant position in the wholesale telephone sort messaging market (Telefonica / Vodafone / Orange)

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The Council of the CNC (Comisión Nacional de la Competencia) has ordered fines of € 46.490,00 on Telefónica Móviles España, € 43.525,00 on Vodafone and € 29.950,00 on Orange. In January of 2011 the Investigations Division of the Spanish Competition Authority opened an infringement proceeding against (...)

Patricia Pérez Fernández The Spanish Competition Authority fines shipping companies with a total amount of € 88,5 M for participating in a cartel in the passenger and cargo maritime transport market between the Spanish peninsula and Morocco (Compañía Trasmediterránea, Europa Ferrys SA, Cenargo España, SLU...)

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The Council of the CNC has fined six shipping groups over € 88.5 million for having participated in a cartel in the market of the maritime transport between the Spanish Peninsula and Morocco and between 2002 and 2010. On March, 15, 2011, the Investigations Division of the Spanish Competition (...)

Patricia Pérez Fernández The Spanish Competition Authority issues a report warning that few operators control the fuel market after oil companies raise their margins by 20% since the start of the crisis

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The hydrocarbon prices in Spain, before taxes, are the highest in Europe. The CNC has studied the reasons for this fact and it has concluded that the lack of competition, the strong corporate concentration and the difficulty in accessing these kind of markets are to blame. The CNC has described (...)

Patricia Pérez Fernández The Spanish Competition Authority publishes a report on the bill to create the National Markets and Competition Commission (Comisión Nacional de los Mercados y de la Competencia)

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The Spanish Competition Authority (Comisión Nacional de la Competencia,CNC) has published a report on the bill to create the national markets and competition commission, in which it makes some proposals for amendments of the draft legislation. In March, 15, 2012, the Council of the Competition (...)

Patricia Pérez Fernández The Spanish Competition Authority fines the maritime transport companies operating in the Balearic Islands for participating in a cartel (Balearia Eurolineas, Maritimas, Compania Trasmediterranea and Islena Maritima de Contenedores)

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The Spanish National Competition Commission has imposed fines of more than 54 million euros on the companies Transmediterránea, Balearia, Isleña Marítima de Contenedores, Sercomisa and Mediterránea Pitiusa for having participated in a cartel on the maritime passenger transport lines for cargo and (...)

Patricia Pérez Fernández The Spanish Competition Authority releases its decisive report on the measure proposed by the Telecommunications Market Commission on regulation of wholesale prices for call termination on mobile networks

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The Council of the Spanish Competition Authority (hereinafter CNC) approved on December, 28, 2011 a report on the measure proposed by the Spanish Telecommunications Market Commission (hereinafter CMT) on December, 1, 2011, regarding the definition and analysis of the markets for the termination (...)

Patricia Pérez Fernández The Spanish Competition Authority publishes a report addressing the difficult relationship between manufacturers and the increasingly thriving retailers in the food sector

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On October, 25, 2011, the CNC (Spanish Competition Authority) has published a report which analyses the risks in terms of competition and the real impact in Spain of the most widespread commercial practices and of those that are potentially the most dangerous for competition. Retail (...)

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