is one of the partners of the Competition practice. He regularly advises and represents a wide range of clients before the National Economic Prosecutor’s Office and the Chilean Antitrust Court. His participation in cases related to cartels, abuse of dominance and mergers, especially where economic regulation interacts with competition law, stand out, as well as his growing practice in technologies, FerradaNehme’s newest area, specifically in its interaction with competition law.
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