Mr Luis Eduardo Toro > Barros & Errázuriz > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile

Barros & Errázuriz

Work Department


  • Partner,  Barros & Errázuriz.


  • Partner, Barros & Errázuriz (2000).
  • Associate, Cáceres y Abeliuk (1993-1999).
  • Professor, Diploma in Antitrust, Universidad de Chile, Santiago (since 2012).


Spanish and english.


  • Member of the Chilean Bar Association.
  • Member of the Arbitration and Mediation Center of the Chamber of Commerce of Santiago.


  • Law School, Universidad de Concepción, Concepción, Chile, 1993.

Lawyer Rankings

Chile > Competition and antitrust

(Leading individuals)

Luis Eduardo ToroBarros & Errázuriz

Barros & Errázuriz‘s competition and antitrust practice is routinely sought out for its experience in both TDLC cases and FNE investigations. Other key areas include concentration notifications and compliance programmes. Clients also benefit from the team’s deeper industry expertise particularly in the in telecoms, media, pharmaceuticals, energy, retail, and food and beverage sectors. Luis Eduardo Toro is a specialist in competition and antitrust matters, in addition to commercial arbitration; and founding partner and dispute resolution expert José Tomás Errázuriz is also on hand for competition and antitrust proceedings. Also key to the group, José Luis Corvalán assists with antitrust investigations before the FNE and TDLC procedures; and Francisco Bórquez is experienced in investigations into cartels, unilateral conduct and concentration operations. Both Corvalán and Bórquez were elevated to the partnership in April 2021.

Chile > Dispute resolution: arbitration

(Leading individuals)

Luis Eduardo Toro   – Barros & Errázuriz

The 21-strong dispute resolution group at Barros & Errázuriz has extensive experience in undertaking arbitration proceedings before different venues, with the practice’s recent track record including the representation of clients in major construction project-related arbitrations, as well as commercial disputes involving shareholder and share purchase agreements. The practice is co-led by founding partner and Chilean arbitration expert José Tomás Errázuriz  ; and disputes specialist Luis Eduardo Toro  . Also integral to the practice, public law leader David Cademartori   acts in arbitration matters involving administrative law, construction and antitrust issues; Javier San Martín   has broad experience in arbitration involving contractual and consumer law, bankruptcy, construction and commercial matters; and recently promoted partner José Luis Corvalán   also acts in domestic and international commercial arbitration. The team also houses several active arbitration associates; namely, senior Andrea Batarce , along with Cristián Pérez , Isidora Fernández  and Milton Gutcovsky  (who joined in late 2020 from Covington & Burling LLP‘s New York office).

Chile > Consumer and advertising law

The enviable track record of Barros & Errázuriz‘s 11-member team includes class actions and mediation procedures involving the Chilean Consumer Law Authority (SERNAC). The practice covers a broad range of industries, including public services and utilities (water distribution and mail), telecoms (mobile services and satellite TV), education, real estate and healthcare. The practice is jointly led by civil and commercial litigation and arbitration specialist, Javier San Martín, who routinely assists with consumer matters and class actions; competition and antitrust expert Luis Eduardo Toro; David Cademartori, who focuses on administrative and public law, but is also experienced in competition and antitrust matters (particularly within the telecoms and energy sectors); and José Luis Corvalán, whose specialisms include consumer law. Among the firm’s senior associates, litigation and arbitration-focused Isidora Fernández is highlighted. Cristián Pérez left the firm for real estate holding Pasmar in January 2022.

Chile > Dispute resolution: litigation

The sizeable dispute resolution practice at Barros & Errázuriz has extensive commercial litigation experience, including representing clients in cases before the country’s appeal courts and Supreme Court. The ‘highly competent‘ group handles mandates involving civil and commercial law, tax, bankruptcy, real estate and antitrust matters, and also has an enviable record in regulated areas such as energy and telecoms. The department is co-led by Luis Eduardo Toro, whose litigation practice covers telecoms, energy, contractual liability and damages; and name partner José Tomás Errázuriz, who has longstanding litigation expertise. The second line of key practitioners includes Javier San Martín, who focuses on dispute resolution, consumer protection law, and reorganisations and liquidations; administrative litigation specialist David Cademartori; and recently promoted partner José Luis Corvalán, who routinely acts in civil and commercial litigation. At senior associate level, Isidora Fernández is also a litigation specialist. Former senior Cristián Pérez moved in-house at Grupo Pasmar in February 2022.