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Juan Manuel Rodríguez Cárcamo

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Public law and EU law


Juan Rodríguez Cárcamo is a Spanish State Advocate (Abogado del Estado) on leave of absence with extensive experience in EU litigation. He is an expert in regulated sectors (energy, telecommunications, media, and pharmaceuticals).


Juan has been a partner at Pérez-Llorca since 2013. He was an agent of the Kingdom of Spain before the ECJ from 2004 until 2011.


Spanish, German, English and French.


The Madrid Bar Association (ICAM). Permanent delegation to the European Union Court of Justice (PDLux) of the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE).


Law degree and certificate in EU Law (CEU San Pablo, Madrid, 1997)


EU and competition

Within: EU and competition

Pérez-Llorca focuses on cartel and merger control matters. The practice was boosted by the arrival of new team leader Juan Jiménez-Laiglesia, who joined from EY Abogados in 2018. Also notable is specialist in EU litigation Juan Manuel Rodríguez Cárcamo. In recent highlights, the department advised Banco Santander on merger control aspects concerning the acquisition of Banco Popular Español, and acted for Deutsche Bahn in an investigation by the Spanish competition authority related to the alleged infringement of certain agreements entered into with Renfe.

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Industry focus: Healthcare and life sciences

Within: Industry focus: Healthcare and life sciences

Pérez-Llorca specialises in the regulatory and administrative aspects of the health sector. In addition, the firm has experience in intellectual property disputes and competition-related advice. Health regulatory and litigation specialist Juan Manuel Rodríguez Cárcamo leads the practice and his work focuses on the pharmaceutical industry. In recent highlights, the practice is advising Mylan on the change in prescription of its medicine Bucometasana, and is also defending the Valencian Board of Official Pharmaceutical Colleges in proceedings arising from various instructions related to pre-filled syringes.

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Industry focus: TMT

Within: Industry focus: TMT

Pérez-Llorca has particular expertise in public law and regulatory issues relating to the technology, media and telecoms sector. Public law specialist José Ramón de Hoces leads the practice with Juan Manuel Rodríguez Cárcamo, who is experienced in the regulatory aspects of the telecoms industry. Also noteworthy is Beatriz García, who was recently promoted to partner and advises clients internationally on audiovisual and broadcasting rights. The team advised Eurona Wireless Telecom on the €46.8m corporate financing granted by Magnetar Capital for the expansion of the company. In another highlight, the department is assisting Abertis with a number of data protection issues.

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Projects and energy

Within: Projects and energy

Pérez-Llorca's practice is experienced in regulatory advice, transactions and litigation, as well as project finance. The team is led by regulatory expert José Ramón de Hoces; European Union law specialist Juan Manuel Rodríguez CárcamoAnder Valverde, who focuses on banking and finance; and Alejandro Osma, who is experienced in project finance. In a recent highlight, the department assisted Gas Natural Fenosa with the transformation of several distribution and supply points in Galicia from a LPG distribution network to a natural gas distribution network.

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Public law

Within: Public law

Pérez-Llorca frequently advises on EU regulation. On the contentious side, the group is representing four construction companies in judicial proceedings concerning the requested termination of a public works contract for the construction of road accesses to the port of Barcelona. José Ramón de HocesJuan Manuel Rodríguez Cárcamo and newly made-up partner Beatriz García are recommended.

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