Enrique Ferrer

Enrique Ferrer

Senior Associate

Enrique specializes in administrative and judicial proceedings before Spanish and European authorities and courts (Spanish Competition Agency, National Court, Supreme Court, European Commission, etc.).

His experience extends to advising and representing clients in cartel matters, cooperation agreements between companies, distribution and vertical agreements, abuses of dominant position and merger control.

In addition, Enrique regularly advises on competition compliance programmes, collaborating in the design, implementation, execution and evaluation of compliance programmes in multinational companies, including training sessions for employees and managers.

Finally, Enrique currently teaches commercial contracting at the Master's Degree in Law of the European University of Madrid and has taught Competition Law at Universidad Complutense, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Instituto de Estudios Bursátiles and Real Colegio Universitario María Cristina.


Published Work

  • Enrique Ferrer as co-author “Aspectos procedimentales y prácticos en relación con las fusiones y adquisiciones de empresas sometidas al control de concentraciones”.
  • Enrique Ferrer (2018)  "Manual de fusiones y adquisiciones de empresas" pp. 941 - 984,  2nd Edition, Wolters Kluwer.
  • Enrique Ferrer as co-author (2017) “The Guadalajara Bar Association 2 Case (Spain): Professional Associations and Recommended Minimum Prices”, Journal of European Competition Law & Practice.
  • Enrique Ferrer as co-author (2017) “Inspecciones domiciliarias, indicios y derechos fundamentales” pp. 89 – 91, Iuris & Lex / El Economista.

Leadership Positions And Professional Affiliations

  • Royal Academy of Jurisprudence & Legislation.



Madrid Bar Association, Spain, 2011


Law and Business Administration Dual Degree, Universidad Carlos III, Madrid

LL.M. in International Transactions, Centro de Estudios Garrigues in collaboration with Fordham University, 2017

Executive Master in Business Law, Centro de Estudios Garrigues in collaboration with Harvard Law School, 2012

European & Spanish Competition Law, Instituto de Estudios Bursátiles, 2011


English, Spanish
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