Lonza (Basel)

Albert Pereda Miquel

Lonza (Basel)
Associate General Counsel

Albert Pereda is an Associate General Counsel at Lonza: A Global Leader In Life Sciences. He holds a law degree from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona, Spain); an LLM in European Law from the College of Europe (Bruges, Belgium); and a PhD in Law from the University of Basel (Switzerland). Albert provides legal support from a commercial and competition law point of view. Prior to joining Lonza, Albert worked in private practice, assisting and representing national and international companies at national and EU level in different areas of competition law, and in the Directorate-General for Competition of the European Commission.


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Albert Pereda Miquel, Cristina Vila Gisbert The Spanish Supreme Court validates the seizure of documents protected by legal privilege and those beyond the scope of the inspection order (STANPA)


On April 27, 2012, the Spanish Supreme Court issued judgment number 6552/2009 on the appeals submitted by the Asociación Nacional de Perfumería y Cosmética (“STANPA”) and the Spanish Competition Authority (“CNC”) against the judgment of the Audiencia Nacional (Spanish Court of Appeal, “AN”) of (...)

Albert Pereda Miquel, María González Navarrete The Spanish Competition Authority closes a resale price maintenance case, after applying the de minimis rule (El Corral de las Flamencas)


On December 3, 2009, the Spanish Competition Authority(Comisión Nacional de la Competencia, “CNC”) closed a case of possible infringement of Article 1 of the Law 15/2007, for the Defense of Competition (“LDC”), involving the company El Corral de las Flamencas, S.L. (“El Corral”) fixing resale prices (...)

Albert Pereda Miquel, María González Navarrete The Spanish Competition Authority fines infrastructures groups in the logistics and telecoms sectors for not meeting the obligation to notify the acquisition of a service provider of digital terrestrial television and broadcasting transport to television stations (Abertis and Tradia/Teledifusión)


On January 26, 2010, the Spanish Authority (Comisión Nacional de la Competencia, “CNC”) jointly and severally fined Tradia Telecom, S.A. (“Tradia”) and its parent companies Abertis Telecom, S.A. and Abertis Infraestructuras, S.A. (collectively referred to as “Abertis”) €143,000 for acquiring (...)

Albert Pereda Miquel, Alina Nedea The Spanish Competition Authority fines a beer producer for fixing minimum resale prices to its distributors (Damm Distribuciones)


On 18 February 2009, the Spanish Competition Commission (Comisión Nacional de la Competencia, “CNC”) fined Damm Distribuciones (“Damm”) €525,000 for fixing minimum resale prices to its beer distributors . Background Damm is one of the top three beer producers in Spain, distributing its products (...)

Albert Pereda Miquel, Alina Nedea The Spanish Supreme Court annuls a Government decision to impose on parties to a merger in the security sector remedies which are substantially and unjustifiably different to the remedies proposed by the National Competition Authority (Prosegur / Blindados del Norte)


Background On June 29, 2000, Prosegur, a company active in the security and cash-in-transit services markets, notified the former Service for Defense of Competition (Servicio de Defensa de la Competencia, “SDC”) of the acquisition of Blindados del Norte (“Blindados”), a company operating in the (...)

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