In an op-ed published in The Wall Street Journal, Gutierrez said that "Apple's ability to strangle its competitors is unprecedented," and used the trial with Epic Games as evidence that "Spotify is no longer alone" in its criticism of the Cupertino tech giant.
Gutierrez also reiterated some of Spotify's main talking points against Apple, including criticism of the company's 30 per cent cut of in-app purchases and subscriptions and anti-steering provisions that prohibit developers from advertising non-App Store subscriptions, reports 9to5Mac.
"Apple will tell you that this is overwrought, that Spotify is seeking special treatment," Gutierrez wrote, adding later that Spotify is only looking for "fair treatment".
The Spotify legal chief also highlighted some of Apple's current antitrust problems in the US and Europe.
In April, the European Commission ruled that Apple violated antitrust law with Apple Music. The US Senate and House are also mulling regulatory changes that could affect Apple's policies.
Gutierrez, for his part, urged US lawmakers to take action with "urgent, narrowly tailored updates" to competition law in the country.
The music streaming giant in 2019 filed a legal complaint against Apple with the European Commission alleging that the company was using its market to stifle competition.