PRCP attorneys have extensive experience in both analytical and regulatory aspects related to competition and consumer law, covering a wide range of economic activities (energy, oil and gas, telecommunications, financial services, health, pharmacy, construction, transport, new technologies, retail, food and drinks, personal care, among others).
Regularly qualified as one of the leading practices in Competition Law and Antitrust in the country, in recent years our attorneys have successfully advised and sponsored numerous clients in the main administrative sanctioning procedures and clemency proceedings in matters of free competition, on issues that include domestic and international price collusions and other restrictive practices, unjustified negative hiring, excessive pricing, implementation of strategic barriers to entry and conclusion of exclusivity agreements, as well as in the main processes of prior authorization of concentrations of activities in the national electricity sector.
“They are extraordinary. They deal with the cases in a very professional manner and are always one step ahead of things. They provide a detailed analysis and anticipate things well.”
Chambers Latin America 2021
In the wake of constant changes in merger control regulations around the world, Lexology: Getting The Deal Through published the 2022 edition of “Merger Control”, a quick reference guide written by legal experts that compares local perspectives on legal aspects, regulations, fields of application and recent trends. This year, Payet, Rey, Cauvi, Pérez Abogados collaborated…Read more
Once again, our practices in Advertising Law, IP Litigation and Data Protection have been recognized by the recent Leaders League ranking as one of the best in Peru. We thank our clients and congratulate our Competition team.Read more
David Kuroiwa, our Senior Associate specialist in Competition Law, analyzed for Latin Lawyer the recent guidelines published by Indecopi related to compensation for damages caused to consumers as a result of anticompetitive conduct.Read more
Through Law N° 31112, a Law that establishes the prior control of concentration operations, and Supreme Decree N° 039-2021-PCM, the regulations of the Law, the Peruvian Congress and Government, respectively, approved the new merger control regime applicable to concentrations occurring in all fields of economic activities. Previously, Peruvian legislation only imposed mandatory pre-notification and clearance…Read more