Aida Oviedo Martínez

CMS Albiñana y Suárez de Lezo (Madrid)
Lawyer (Senior Associate)

Aida Oviedo is Senior Associate at CMS ALBIÑANA & SUAREZ DE LEZO, focusing on EC and Spanish Competition Law matters. Prior to joining CMS, Aida was a junior associate of the CUATRECASAS, GONÇALVES PEREIRA EU and Competition law team based in Madrid. Aida holds the Law degree and a Diploma in International Relations both from the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (ICADE) in Madrid (2005), as well as a Master in European Law by the Universidad Carlos III in Madrid (2007). She has experience in antitrust and merger cases at both European and national level.

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Cuatrecasas, Goncalves Pereira (Madrid)
CMS Albiñana y Suárez de Lezo (Madrid)

Articles

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Carlos Vérgez Muñoz, Aida Oviedo Martínez The Spanish Supreme Court recognises the investigated companies’ rights of opposition to dawn raids in an energy sector case (Repsol)

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On 17 September 2018, the Spanish Supreme Court reinforced the necessary requirements for the Spanish Competition Authority (“CNMC”) to carry out competition dawn raids by recognizing the investigated companies’ “right of opposition” to inspections when the inspectors refuse to inform them of the (...)

Aida Oviedo Martínez, Carlos Vérgez Muñoz The High Court of Spain annuls a decision of the Competition Authority that had validated an investigation order to carry out inspections in a company in the automotive industry (Spanish Competition Authority / Faurencia Automotive)

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THE SPANISH HIGH COURT REINFORCES THE REQUIREMENTS TO ISSUE INSPECTION ORDERS BY THE SPANISH COMPETITION AUTHORITY On 25 July 2018, the High Court (Audiencia Nacional) adopted a ruling by which it annulled a decision of the Spanish Competition Authority (Comisión Nacional de los Mercados y la (...)

Aida Oviedo Martínez, Pablo Lavandeira The Spanish Supreme Court annuls a merger prohibition decision in the local bus transport sector as the operation was already tacitly cleared (Salcai / Utinsa)

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On April 1, 2002, in the case Salcai/Utinsa, the Spanish Supreme Court (Tribunal Supremo, TS) for the first time annulled completely a decision adopted by the Council of Ministers regarding the prohibition of a merger. Background The parties involved in the merger were two local transport (...)

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