Enrique Fayos

Callol, Coca & Asociados (Madrid)
Lawyer (Associate)

Enrique is a junior associate at Callol, Coca & Asociados, based in Madrid, where his practice focuses on EU and Competition Law. Prior to that, he interned in the competition department of an international law firm in Barcelona. Enrique is a graduate of Universidad Pontificia Comillas (ICADE) and holds a double LLM in Corporate Law and Legal Practice from Instituto de Empresa (IE) in Madrid, Spain.

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Enrique Fayos, Jorge Manzarbeitia, Pedro Callol The Commercial Courts of Barcelona and Madrid render judgements in follow-on suits against a cartel in the envelopes market (Sobres de Papel)

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Update on damages claims in Spain - paper envelope cartel damages recovery. Several rulings have been issued by Spanish lower courts shedding light on key aspects of antitrust damages claims, such as the treatment of evidence concerning the calculation of compensation for damages. Also the (...)

Pedro Callol, Manuel Canadas Bouwen, Jorge Manzarbeitia, Enrique Fayos, Laura Moya The EU Commission fines €125 million a multinational cable and telecommunications company for gun jumping (Alice / PT Portugal)

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On 24 April 2018, the European Commission (EC) fined Altice €124.5 million (the highest fine imposed in Europe for gun-jumping) for the acquisition of PT Portugal without having notified the operation to the EC and obtained the mandatory clearance. In February 2015, Altice notified to the EC (...)

Pedro Callol, Jorge Manzarbeitia, Enrique Fayos, Manuel Canadas Bouwen, Laura Moya The Spanish Competition Authority fines ten courier and parcel companies for participating in a customer-allocation cartel (Mensajeria y Paqueteria Empresarial)

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On 8 March 2018, the NMCC fined ten courier and parcel companies a total of €68 million for participating in a customer-allocation cartel, in breach of Articles 1 of the Spanish Competition Act (SCA) and 101 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU). Some of the companies (...)

Pedro Callol, Manuel Canadas Bouwen, Jorge Manzarbeitia, Laura Moya, Enrique Fayos The Spanish Supreme Court rejects the allegations of abuse of dominance by a postal incumbent for lack of evidence (Correos)

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In 2014, UNIPOST, S.A. (Unipost) filed a complaint before the NMCC against Sociedad Estatal de Correos y Telegrafos, S.A., (Correos) denouncing that Correos was able to offer discounts to large customers, well above the discounts offered by Unipost and other competitors for similar services, (...)

Pedro Callol, Laura Moya, Jorge Manzarbeitia, Enrique Fayos, Manuel Canadas Bouwen The Spanish Supreme Court dismisses appeals by mobile operators and rules that the acquisition should have been notified for merger control (Orange / Simyo)

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On 23 July 2013, the NMCC found France Telecom España, S.A.U. (Orange) guilty for having failed to notify for merger control the acquisition of the exclusive control of KPN Spain, S.L.U. (SIMYO). Spanish law states that concentrations that meet either one of the (turnover and market share) (...)

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