Rodrigo Campero > CMS Carey & Allende > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile
CMS Carey & Allende Offices
Avda. Costanera Sur 2730, Piso 9
Parque Titanium, Las Condes
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Dispute Resolution | Compliance
Rodrigo is partner and leads Dispute Resolution and Compliance practice groups for CMS Carey & Allende. His practice focuses primarily on civil, criminal, and commercial litigation. He also advises on the design of compliance programs, mainly so as to avoid non-compliance and to minimize legal repercussions, should they occur.
Key clients: Agrícola Pacífico Sur, Nol-Tec Ingeniería Limitada, Werco Trade AG, American Tower, Virbac-Centrovet, Derco Chile and Sun Dreams.
2008-2011 Worked at Kast, Pinoche, de la Cuadra y Cía, Abogados law firm as associate
2011 Joined Carey & Allende (since 2017 CMS Carey & Allende) as associate
2014 Promoted to senior associate
2018 Appointed as head of the Dispute Resolution and Compliance groups
2019 Promoted to partner
2008 – Law Degree, Universidad de Chile School of Law
2010 – Certified in Competition Law & Policy, Universidad de Chile
2015 – Master of Law (LL.M.), New York University
CMS Carey & Allende‘s six-strong litigation practice is expert in disputes involving construction and engineering, energy and natural resources, post-M&A issues, torts, IP infringement and consumer protection. The team is also sought out for its experience in bankruptcy and white-collar crime and has recently developed an insolvency sub-practice to handle reorganisations and similar matters. With over 12 years’ experience of litigious and arbitral practice, Rodrigo Campero (who made partner in 2019) leads a practice group which also includes Stephan Luhrmann, appointed partner in January 2021 and who leads the regulatory litigation and environmental areas.
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- Dispute resolution: litigation
- Intellectual property
- Energy and natural resources > Electricity and hydrocarbon