Isidora Goyenechea 2800, las Condes Piso 42 755-0647 Santiago, Chile
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Claudio Lizana

Partner Carey Isidora Goyenechea 2800, piso 43, Las Condes, Santiago, Chile.
tel.+56 2 2928 2207


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Partner of Carey and co-head of the firm’s Corporate / Mergers & Acquisitions, Antitrust and Regulated Markets Groups. His practice focuses on antitrust regulation, merger control, commercial law, merger and acquisitions, securities, corporate and business law.

Awards and Recognitions

  • Recognized as Leading Individual in Competition / Antitrust and in Corporate / M&A, Chambers Latin America.
  • Recognized in Antitrust & Competition and in Corporate / M&A, Latin Lawyer 250.
  • Recognized in Competition & Antitrust, Legal 500.
  • Recognized as Leading Private Practitioner in Antitrust, LACCA.
  • Recognized in Competition, Who’s Who Legal.
  • Recognized in Competition / Antitrust and Corporate and M&A, Best Lawyers.


  • Law, Universidad de Chile.
  • LL.M., Harvard University (1993).
  • “Politics of Global Finance”, London School of Economics and Political Science (1993).


  • Co-author of the Chilean chapter, Overview of Competition Law in Latin America, IBRAC (2016).
  • Co-author of the Chilean chapter of Merger Control, Getting The Deal Through (2012-2016).
  • Co-author of the book “Dumping and Disloyal International Competition” (1995).


Frequent lecturer in seminars and conferences in Chile and abroad.

Activities and Memberships

  • Professor of Economic Law, Universidad de Chile (2013-2014).
  • Member of the Antitrust Committee, Chilean Bar Association.
  • Member of the Chilean Bar Association.
  • Member of the Board of Directors of K+S Chile (previously Sociedad Punta de Lobos) and Empremar.


Chile (1990).


Spanish and English.

Recent Representative Experience

  • Bekaert and OTPPB on presenting a merger control notification before the FNE regarding a joint venture between the two wire ropes companies. This case represented the first time that the Antitrust Court accepted unilateral commitments undertaken by the parties.

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