Ashurst (Madrid)

Javier Torrecilla Pérez

Ashurst (Madrid)
Lawyer (Senior Associate)

Javier Torrecilla Pérez is currently a Senior Associate at Ashurst in Madrid. Prior to this, he was an associate of the Cuatrecasas, Gonçalves Pereira EU and competition Law Team based in Brussels. Javier holds a Joint Honours degree in Law and Economics, from the University Zaragoza (2008) and a Master in European Economic Studies (European Law and Economic Analysis (ELEA) specialization), from the College of Europe (2009). He assists and represents national and international companies at national and EU level in different areas of competition law (mergers and acquisitions, antitrust and state aid) as well as EU law.

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Rafael Baena, Javier Torrecilla Pérez The Spanish Competition Authority clears a merger between two funeral services insurance companies after a Phase II investigation subject to conditions (Santa Lucía / Funespaña)


On 7 September 2021, the Spanish Competition Authority ("CNMC") cleared, subject to commitments and conditions, the acquisition by Santa Lucía of exclusive control of almost all assets of Mapfre Group subsidiary Funespaña. The transaction affects the funeral services and funeral planning sectors. (...)

Rafael Baena, Javier Torrecilla Pérez, Pablo Velasco The Spanish Competition Authority accepts commitments offered by a sports manufacturer and retailer following a complaint on the imposition of restrictions in the distribution network (Adidas / LDC)


The CNMC has accepted commitments offered by Adidas Spain ("Adidas") and closed the investigation that had been initiated in November 2018, following a complaint lodged by BCINCOPE (an Adidas franchisee), for an alleged infringement of articles 1 SCA and 101 TFEU in the Spanish retail market (...)

Rafael Baena, Pablo Velasco, Javier Torrecilla Pérez The Spanish Competition Authority fines €77.1 million two companies for developing commercial policies to consolidate their position in the marketing of television advertising sector (Mediaset / Atresmedia)


On 13 November 2019, the Spanish Competition Authority ("CNMC") announced that it had fined Mediaset and Atresmedia €77.1 million in total for antitrust practices in the marketing of television advertising. Both companies have been required to cease their behaviour and adapt their commercial and (...)

Alfonso Muniz Vigil, Javier Torrecilla Pérez, Silvia Segade Sanz The Spanish Competition Authority agrees to the termination, subject to commitments, of the proceedings against several television companies for anticompetitive agreements concerning advertising slots (Antena 3 Televisión / Veo Televisión / The Walt Disney Company Iberia)


On June 30, 2011, the Spanish Competition Commission (Comisión Nacional de la Competencia or “CNC”) agreed to the termination, subject to commitments, of the sanctioning proceedings initiated against several broadcast television companies for adopting horizontal agreements relating to sales and (...)

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