Member of Carey’s Antitrust, Regulated Markets and Public Law Group. His main practice areas include antitrust, regulation, administrative law and litigation.
- Law, Universidad de Chile (Summa Cum Laude) (2012).
- Degree in Administrative Law, Universidad Católica de Chile (2013).
- LL.M., University of Chicago (Candidate).
- 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 Law and Liability of the State, Universidad de Chile (since 2007).
- Member of the Litigation Commission of Libertades Públicas A.G.
- Professional Internship at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in San José de Costa Rica (2014).
Spanish, English and French.
Recent Representative Experience
- The Ministry of Energy in the implementation of the transmission line between SIC and SING.
- An electric generation company before an Expert Panel challenging the impediments to connect a transmission line set by an electric transmission company.
- Philip Morris in a complaint against British American Tobacco before the Antitrust Court (Tribunal de Defensa de la Libre Competencia) and Civil Courts due to exclusionary acts.
- A bus transportation company before the Antitrust Court and Civil Courts for alleged cartel case brought by the National Economic Prosecutor (Fiscalía Nacional Económica).
- Roche before the Antitrust Court and Civil Courts in a complaint filed by the pharmaceutical company, Recalcine, for alleged exclusionary acts (sham litigation).
- Several companies in investigations of the National Economic Prosecutor in antitrust infringements (cartel and exclusionary cases) on the transportation, retail, energy, mining and pharmaceutical markets.