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Merger Control in the EU: Second Edition
Navarro, Font, Folguera, and Briones

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Edurne Navarro Varona is a graduate and doctor in law of the Universidad de Barcelona and obtained the Diploma in EC Law from the Institut d'études européennes, l'Université Libre de Bruxelles and an LLM from Michigan University. A member of the Barcelona bar, she is Partner with the Uría Menéndez law firm and Director of its Brussels office. She specializes in Spanish and Community competition law and regularly lectures on this subject in various universities.
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Andrés Font Galarza is a graduate in law of the Universidad de Valencia and obtained the Diploma in EC Law from the College of Europe in Bruges. He practised as a lawyer and then became a civil servant in the European Commission in 1993. He has worked in the Directorates General of Internal Market and Competition in the field of mergers and antitrust enforcement.
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Jaime Folguera Crespo obtained his degree in law from the Universidad Autónoma, Madrid and a Diploma in EC Law from the Centro de Estudios Constitucionales, Madrid. A member of the Madrid Bar, he is Partner with the Uría Menéndez law firm. He specializes in Spanish and European competition law and regularly lectures on this subject in various universities.
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Juan Briones Alonso is a graduate in economics from the Universidad Autónoma, Madrid, and obtained the Diploma in EC Law from the Centro de Estudios Constitucionales, Madrid. He first worked as a consultant in matters concerning Community agricultural policy for the Spanish Food Industry Professional Association. He was a civil servant in the European Commission from 1986"98, where he worked in matters related to agricultural policy and the single market programme. In the European Commission he has also worked as a Principal Administrator in the Merger Task Force, in which he participated from the outset of the application of Community control of concentration operations. After twelve years at the European Commission, Juan Briones moved into private practice, and after spending a year as Associate Director at NERA, he set up his own consultancy business, e-konomica, advising companies and law firms in competition cases.
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