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Baker McKenzie Chile

Work Department

Corporate, Mergers and Acquisitions




Martin Müller joined Baker McKenzie Santiago’s Corporate group in 2012. He previously worked as a corporate lawyer for Barros & Errazuriz. Mr. Müller is an assistant professor of economic law at Los Andes University in Santiago.

Mr. Müller advises on matters related to corporate law, particularly corporate compliance and governance.

Related Expertise


Spanish / English


  • Sacred Heart University (ESL Program) (2011)
  • Los Andes University (LL.B.) (2010)

Lawyer Rankings

Chile > Corporate and M&A

(Rising stars)

Martin Müller – Baker McKenzie Chile

Acting for both domestic and international clients, Baker McKenzie Chile has over 40 years’ experience in advising on cross-border deals involving Chile – including M&A, joint ventures, and other commercial transactions. During the course of the last year the sizeable practice group has been particularly active in both investment fund structuring and M&A transactions involving substantial industrial and residential real estate components. The teams’ recent track record also includes mandates involving the insurance and finance sectors, as well as ongoing advice to clients from the natural resources, telecoms, energy, technology and consumer products sectors. The practice is co-led by Jaime Munro and Fernando Castro, who ‘do a great job‘; while Diego Ferrada is highly experienced in M&A, including stock and asset transactions, and Sebastian Vivanco‘s broad practice also includes M&A work. At of counsel level, Leon Larrain has over 30 years’ experience in transactional matters. Associates Verónica Barrios, Macarena SalazarCristobal Larrain and Martin Müller are all also active on corporate issues.

Chile > Life sciences

The eight-member group at Baker McKenzie Chile acts for a raft of international clients from the healthcare and life sciences industries, while the Santiago office’s market presence notably benefitting from membership of Baker McKenzie’s extensive global network. The practice’s scope of expertise ranges from regulatory, consumer safety and competition, to IP, data protection, and commercial contractual matters. It is also active in life sciences-related tax, compliance, M&A and dispute resolution work. The practice is led by intellectual and industrial property expert Valentina Venturelli, whose practice includes the import, distribution and commercialisation of products, sanitary regulation, clinical trials, and scientific research. Fernando Castro provides further partner-level support, while associates Carlos Lazcano, Maria Elena Dörr and Martín Muller are also key team members.