Nuno Calaim Lourenço

Email nunocalaimlourenco@gmail.com

Nuno Calaim Lourenço is currently a Managing Associate at SRS Advogados with more than 15 years’ worth of knowledge and expertise in Competition Law, having previously worked at White & Case LLP in Brussels and the European Commission, DG Competition.

He represents clients before the Portuguese Competition Authority, the European Commission, as well as the Portuguese and European Courts. His experience extends to a broad range of industries, including consumer products, pharmaceuticals, retail, health care, energy and financial services.

Nuno has developed a significant track record advising clients involved in cartel investigations (e.g. the recent bank cartel case). Clients also benefit from his considerable experience handling cases of abuse of dominant position, including the recent MEO/GDA case heard before the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), where he assisted GDA in securing a major and memorable win that resulted in SRS winning the “European Competition/Antitrust Deal of the Year Award” at The Lawyer European Awards 2019.

Nuno also assists with regulatory clearance for complex mergers and acquisitions. He has also been actively engaged in several cross-border transactions, advising on European Law and Regulatory framework, with focus on the Energy sector (tariffs, licensing, authorizations, compliance programs).

Nuno studied Law at the University of Lisbon, holds a post-graduation in Legal Sciences from the Catholic Portuguese University of Lisbon and an LL.M., Master of Law in Competition Law from the Queen Mary – University of London. He also holds a Master’s degree in Competition Law from the University of Lisbon.

Nuno is also widely published in the field of Competition Law. Nuno has been a member of the Portuguese Bar Association since 2001, and is a member of the Association of Portuguese Competition Lawyers.

  • European Law
  • Competition Law
  • Cartels
  • Abuse of dominant position
  • merger control

This researcher belongs to CEDU.

Publications

  • “MEO – Serviços de Comunicações e Multimedia S.A. v. Competition Authority (C-525/16) case” in Official blog of UNIO, Universidade do Minho, em https://officialblogofunio.com/, 2018
  • “Information exchanges between competitors from a competi-tion law perspective – the problem of premature exchanges of sensitive information in the context of merger control (Gun Jumping)” in UNIO – EU Law Journal, Vol. 4, No. 1, January 2018.
  • Comentário ao artigo 41º da Lei da Concorrência, Comentário Conimbrense, coordenação de Prof. Manuel Lopes Porto e outros, 2ª edição, Almedina, 2017.
  • Capítulo referente à jurisdição de Portugal in “Merger Control – Chambers & Partners Global Practices”, coordenação Jean-François Bellis, 2018.
  • Capítulo referente à jurisdição de Portugal in “Merger Control – International Series”, coordenação Jean-François Bellis & Porter Elliot, Sweet & Maxwell, 2017, pp. 563 a 576.
  • “O Modelo Antitrust Alemão” in Temas de Integração Europeia, coordenação de Prof. Manuel Lopes Porto, n.º 137, Almedina
  • “The European Commission’s Directive on Antitrust Damage Actions” in Revista da Autoridade da Concorrência, n.º 18, Almedina, Coimbra, 2015, pp. 65 a 89.
  • “A Limitação de Responsabilidade do Transportador Aéreo Internacional no Transporte de Pessoas – De Varsóvia a Montreal” in Temas de Direito dos Transportes, vol. I, Almedina, Coimbra, 2010, pp. 387 to 530.
  • As Vendas Subordinadas e Agregadas como Estratégias de Projeção de Poder de Mercado, Almedina, Coimbra, 2013 (publicação apoiada pela Autoridade da Concorrência).
  • Os Deveres de Administração e a Business Judgment Rule, Almedina, Coimbra
  • Negócios Internacionais sobre Derivados, Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de Lisboa, 2010.
December 25th, 2016

Nuno Calaim Lourenço

Email nunocalaimlourenco@gmail.com

Nuno Calaim Lourenço is currently a Managing Associate at SRS Advogados with more than 15 years’ worth of knowledge and expertise in Competition Law, having previously worked at White & Case LLP in Brussels and the European Commission, DG Competition.

He represents clients before the Portuguese Competition Authority, the European Commission, as well as the Portuguese and European Courts. His experience extends to a broad range of industries, including consumer products, pharmaceuticals, retail, health care, energy and financial services.

Nuno has developed a significant track record advising clients involved in cartel investigations (e.g. the recent bank cartel case). Clients also benefit from his considerable experience handling cases of abuse of dominant position, including the recent MEO/GDA case heard before the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), where he assisted GDA in securing a major and memorable win that resulted in SRS winning the “European Competition/Antitrust Deal of the Year Award” at The Lawyer European Awards 2019.

Nuno also assists with regulatory clearance for complex mergers and acquisitions. He has also been actively engaged in several cross-border transactions, advising on European Law and Regulatory framework, with focus on the Energy sector (tariffs, licensing, authorizations, compliance programs).

Nuno studied Law at the University of Lisbon, holds a post-graduation in Legal Sciences from the Catholic Portuguese University of Lisbon and an LL.M., Master of Law in Competition Law from the Queen Mary – University of London. He also holds a Master’s degree in Competition Law from the University of Lisbon.

Nuno is also widely published in the field of Competition Law. Nuno has been a member of the Portuguese Bar Association since 2001, and is a member of the Association of Portuguese Competition Lawyers.

  • European Law
  • Competition Law
  • Cartels
  • Abuse of dominant position
  • merger control

This researcher belongs to CEDU.

Publications

  • “MEO – Serviços de Comunicações e Multimedia S.A. v. Competition Authority (C-525/16) case” in Official blog of UNIO, Universidade do Minho, em https://officialblogofunio.com/, 2018
  • “Information exchanges between competitors from a competi-tion law perspective – the problem of premature exchanges of sensitive information in the context of merger control (Gun Jumping)” in UNIO – EU Law Journal, Vol. 4, No. 1, January 2018.
  • Comentário ao artigo 41º da Lei da Concorrência, Comentário Conimbrense, coordenação de Prof. Manuel Lopes Porto e outros, 2ª edição, Almedina, 2017.
  • Capítulo referente à jurisdição de Portugal in “Merger Control – Chambers & Partners Global Practices”, coordenação Jean-François Bellis, 2018.
  • Capítulo referente à jurisdição de Portugal in “Merger Control – International Series”, coordenação Jean-François Bellis & Porter Elliot, Sweet & Maxwell, 2017, pp. 563 a 576.
  • “O Modelo Antitrust Alemão” in Temas de Integração Europeia, coordenação de Prof. Manuel Lopes Porto, n.º 137, Almedina
  • “The European Commission’s Directive on Antitrust Damage Actions” in Revista da Autoridade da Concorrência, n.º 18, Almedina, Coimbra, 2015, pp. 65 a 89.
  • “A Limitação de Responsabilidade do Transportador Aéreo Internacional no Transporte de Pessoas – De Varsóvia a Montreal” in Temas de Direito dos Transportes, vol. I, Almedina, Coimbra, 2010, pp. 387 to 530.
  • As Vendas Subordinadas e Agregadas como Estratégias de Projeção de Poder de Mercado, Almedina, Coimbra, 2013 (publicação apoiada pela Autoridade da Concorrência).
  • Os Deveres de Administração e a Business Judgment Rule, Almedina, Coimbra
  • Negócios Internacionais sobre Derivados, Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de Lisboa, 2010.
December 25th, 2016