Updates on FDI Screening in Spain

As you may already know, at the end of 2021 the Spanish Government published a Draft Implementing Regulation which attempts to provide further clarity and legal certainty for investors when assessing whether a transaction is subject to the Spanish FDI Screening Mechanism.


On 2nd June 2022, Ramón y Cajal Abogados will participate in the conference "Digital markets and private antitrust enforcement: Are there any chances?"

The University of Deusto, the University of the Basque Country and the University of Valladolid are organizing on 2nd June 2022 a conference entitled "Digital markets and private antitrust enforcement: Are there any chances?".


The impact of the Ukraine conflict on food-related contracts

Our team specialized in the Agri-food Sector has prepared a Special Bulletin on the occasion of the current conflict in Ukraine, in which it analyses this war’s impact on food-related contracts.

More precisely, this Special Bulletin provides for a set of guidelines which may be taken into account when assessing the legal impact of the non-fulfilment of certain contractual obligations in cases where the war in Ukraine is relied on as a fundamental reason for non-fulfilment. READ MORE


Special Bulletin on new developments in the Agri-food Sector: the new Spanish Food Chain Act

Our team specialized in the Agri-food Sector has prepared a Special Bulletin on the occasion of the recent final approval of the Bill amending the current Spanish Food Chain Act.


The main Antitrust trends in the Pharmaceutical sector in Spain in 2021

By Pablo González de Zárate y María Allendesalazar

The pharmaceutical sector is currently one of the main areas that competition authorities are focusing on.


The European Circle for Competition Damages, the association of which our lawyers Pedro Suárez and Javier Pérez are founding members, has submitted its comments on the CNMC's draft guide on quantification of damages for competition infringements

In the framework of the public consultation launched by the CNMC to gather opinions on the drafting of this Guide on the quantification of damages for competition infringements, Pedro Suárez and 


The latest antitrust trends in Spain at a glance

We are pleased to share our new publication, Antitrust trends in Spain, reporting on the latest developments in competition law in Spain (link).


Ramón y Cajal Abogados contributes to GCR State Aid Know-how 2021

Our associate Javier Pérez and our partner Pedro Suárez have contributed to the well-known State Aid Know-how guide edited by Global Competition Review with the publication of