Mr Santiago Bravo > Claro & Cia. > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile
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Mr Santiago Bravo
Litigation, Administrative Law and Administrative Procedural Law, Arbitration, Antitrust and Economic Regulation.
Technology, Media and Telecommunications., Transportation, Financial Services and Fintech, Energy, Consumer and Retail.
Santiago Bravo has concentrated his practice in Litigation and Arbitration, as well as in Antitrust.
He was assistant professor of Civil Law and Antitrust Law at the Universidad de Chile Law School. He was also the coordinator of the Economic Law Review of the Universidad de Chile Law School.
He joined Claro & Cia. in 2010 and between 2016 and 2017 worked as an International Lawyer in Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, New York.
He is admitted to practice in Chile.
Spanish, English and Italian.
Bachelor in Law. Universidad de Chile,2009.
LL.M, University of Chicago Law School, Beca Chile, 2016.
Lawyer Rankings(Next Generation Partners)
Fielding a 14-strong department, Claro & Cia. has long been a market leader for competition and antitrust matters and enjoys close relations with the antitrust authorities. Key areas of strength include high-profile cases involving horizontal and vertical integration, collusion, price discrimination, major merger control filings and settlement agreements, antitrust investigations, and regulatory compliance. Cristóbal Eyzaguirre, who has broad experience in complex antitrust litigation and investigations, including cross-border cases, co-leads the department with José Miguel Huerta, who has acted for clients in Chile, US and Europe in government proceedings and investigations involving mergers and cartels. Key contentious support is provided by Santiago Bravo, who was made partner in January 2020, and associate Álvaro Vives.
Disputes work has always been a core practice at market powerhouse Claro & Cia., which fields a heavyweight, 30-strong dispute resolution practice that specialises in complex commercial court litigation, arbitration and transnational litigation; the team’s lawyers also regularly act (as counsel or arbitrators) in international arbitral proceedings. In addition, the firm has a robust white-collar crime practice. Senior partner José María Eyzaguirre G has acted in various renowned litigation and arbitral cases in Chile over the last 30 years. Other highly-rated partners include practice head Cristóbal Eyzaguirre, who has broad experience in complex antitrust litigation and investigations, and energy arbitration and litigation specialist, Nicolás Luco. Also integral to the practice are Felipe Ossa, José Miguel Huerta and Santiago Bravo, who made partner in January 2020. Vicente Portales, Javier Rodríguez, Álvaro Vives and Juan Pablo Celis provide strong support at associate level. Tania Villarroel left for Acción Educar in July 2019.
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