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Adrien Cervera-Jackson advises clients on matters relating to competition enforcement, merger control and competition litigation. He has over 15 years of experience analyzing competition and regulatory issues in the media, telecommunications, and digital sectors.  


Mr. Cervera-Jackson joined NERA from Ofcom, the UK communications regulator, where he was a Principal Economic Advisor focusing on the regulation of the BBC's impact on competition and Ofcom's wider regulation of public service broadcasting in the UK.

Mr. Cervera-Jackson has advised clients on merger cases before the European Commission and Federal Trade Commission, as well as the UK, French, Bulgarian, Polish, and South African competition authorities. He has provided expert economic analysis to clients in antitrust investigations and court proceedings involving allegations of anticompetitive agreements and abuse of dominance in the UK, France, Canada, Portugal, Turkey, and Mauritius. In addition, Mr. Cervera-Jackson has acted for clients in standalone and follow-on antitrust and commercial damages cases and regulatory appeals in France, the UK, and Ireland, and has provided regulatory advice to clients in the pay TV and broadcasting sector. In 2022, Mr. Cervera-Jackson co-authored a report assessing the contribution of subscription video-on-demand providers to the European content production industry.

Mr. Cervera-Jackson has written articles on competition and regulatory issues in the telecommunications and media sectors, including on competition questions affecting the rollout of 5G mobile networks. He speaks at conferences, seminars, and courses on the economic analysis of abuse of dominance and the interaction between competition and privacy.


  • Postgraduate Diploma in EC competition law, King's College London
  • MSc in economics, with distinction, London School of Economics
  • BSc in economics, first class honours, University College London


  • French