Cristóbal Ureta

+56 2 2928 2203

His practice focuses mainly on civil and commercial litigation and arbitration, both in ordinary and special courts.

Previously he worked as associate in the Antitrust and Regulated Markets group.


  • Hapag-Lloyd, a German listed company and global leader in container shipping, on the acquisition, for approx. USD1 billion, of the port terminals and inland logistics business of SAAM, a Chilean listed multinational company that provides foreign trade services. Upon closing, Hapag-Lloyd will acquire the entire operation of the port terminals business of SAAM, which includes ten terminals in six countries in the Americas, and of the inland logistics business of SAAM.
    The transaction is subject to regulatory authorizations in various jurisdictions and must comply with other usual conditions for this type of transactions.
  • Mastercard International on its defense before the Antitrust Court (TDLC) in claims for alleged anticompetitive conduct in the payment cards market, filed by PayU Chile, Dlocal Chile, PPRO Chile and Paygol Chile, which are local Payment Services Providers (PSP).
  • Brink's Chile on its defense before the TDLC against a complaint filed by the FNE (The National Economic Prosecutor’s Office) in relation to an alleged collusion in the price-fixing scheme occurred between 2017 and 2018, in which the main securities transport companies operating in Chile were involved.


  • Teaching Assistant of the Antitrust Program, Universidad Católica de Chile (since 2021).
  • Law Clerk, Antitrust and Regulated Markets Group, Carey (2018-2020).
  • Teaching Assistant of History of Law I and II, Universidad Católica de Chile (2017-2021).


  • Law School Graduate, Universidad Católica de Chile.
  • Academic Exchange, Universiteit van Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2020).


  • Spanish.
  • English.

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