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Camilo Lledó

Associate Carey Isidora Goyenechea 2800, piso 43, Las Condes, Santiago, Chile.
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Member of Carey’s Antitrust, Regulated Markets and Public Law Group. His practice focuses on the areas of antitrust, administrative and regulatory law, public contracts, administrative disputes and public litigation.


  • Law, Universidad de Chile Law (Summa Cum Laude).
  • Degree in Economic Administrative Law, Universidad Católica de Chile (Best student award) (2011).


  • Co-author of the book “The deviation of power in administrative acts”, Legal Publishing (Thomson Reuters) (2013).
  • Co-author of the paper “Sanctions for breaches in public contracts for supply and services: uncertainty as a problem of public policy”, Public Law Journal N° 82, Universidad de Chile (2015).

Activities and Memberships

  • Teaching Assistant of Administrative and Liability of the State, Universidad de Chile (since 2010).
  • Professional Internship at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in San José de Costa Rica (2014).


Chile (2012).


Spanish and English.

Recent Representative Experience

  • Mitsui O.S.K. Lines on the defense against a lawsuit submitted by the FNE against several car shipping companies for alleged bid rigging collusion.
  • ENAP, a state-owned company, in several consultation procedures before the Antitrust Court regarding the structure of the gas market, which involves all the participants in the different market segments.
  • CDEC-SIC on several matters including its defense against an injunction procedure before the Antitrust Court filed by Celeo Redes Chile; the evaluation of CDEC-SIC’s technical procedures; a defense against an appeal filed before the Court of Appeal, by Coronel inhabitants; and on antitrust compliance issues.
  • AFP ProVida, a subsidiary of MetLife, on an administrative invalidation process against the resolutions that authorized the merger of ProVida with its parent company, MetLife, initiated by the Chilean Pensions Supervisor (Superintendencia de Pensiones). The invalidation process was initiated by order of the General Comptrollership of the Republic after the report of an Investigative Commission of the House of Representatives, to review the procedure that authorized the merger. Finally, it was decided not to invalidate the merger.

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