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Irene is an associate in the firm’s Antitrust Litigation and Counselling practice group at the London office. She is dual-qualified to practice in England & Wales and in Spain. Irene advises clients on all aspects of EU and UK competition law, in both contentious and non-contentious matters. She has previously represented clients before the European Commission in European-wide investigations and complaint filings. She has experience acting for clients in competition damages claims before the English courts.
Irene has acted for a wide range of corporate clients, including leading global and European retailers, payment service providers, mobile network operators, car rental companies, and others. She has extensive knowledge of the EU regulatory framework of network industries and has developed significant industry expertise in the payments sector.
With specialist studies to become a legal adviser to the Spanish Parliament, Irene has represented clients’ interests before European institutions, including the European Commission and the European Parliament.
Prior to joining Constantine Cannon, she trained in the competition law department of Clifford Chance in Madrid.
Irene graduated in law from Universidad Complutense in Madrid and holds a postgraduate degree in competition law from King’s College of London.
She is fluent in English, Spanish and Italian.
“Drug Test: When Are Pay-for-Delay Agreements Illegal?” an article by Irene Fraile, Ankur Kapoor, and Rosa Morales was published in Global Competition Litigation Review, Issue 4,...Read More