Mr José Pardo > Carey > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile

Carey
AV ISIDORA GOYENECHEA 2800
FLOOR 43, LAS CONDES
SANTIAGO, PO 755-0647
Chile
José Pardo photo

Work Department

Antitrust and Regulated Markets

Career

Partner of Carey and co-head of the firm’s Antitrust and Regulated Markets Group. His main practice areas include antitrust, regulation, administrative law and litigation.

Languages

Spanish, English and French

Memberships

ACTIVITIES AND MEMBERSHIPS
Foreign Associate, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Antitrust and Competition Group, Brussels (2016-2017)
Professor of Damages Claims in Antitrust, at the program “Tort and Contractual Liability”, Universidad de Chile (since 2018).
Teaching Assistant of Administrative Law and Liability of the State, Universidad de Chile (2007-2014).
Member of the Litigation Commission of Libertades Públicas A.G.
Professional Internship at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in San José de Costa Rica (2014).

Education

Law, Universidad de Chile (Summa Cum Laude).
Degree in Administrative Law, Universidad Católica de Chile (2013).
LL.M., University of Chicago (2016)

Lawyer Rankings

Chile > Competition and antitrust

(Next Generation Partners)

José PardoCarey

Fielding ‘a very strong free competition team that is constantly up to date‘, Carey‘s sizeable 18-strong antitrust practice consistently acts in the Chilean market’s most high-profile cases before both the Antitrust Court (Tribunal de la Libre Competencia/TDLC) and the Supreme Court. The group is also sought out for its assistance with investigations before Chile’s National Economic Prosecutor (Fiscalía Nacional Económica/FNE). Other areas of strength range from merger control processes to voluntary consultations with the TDLC, internal audits, regulatory compliance programmes and the development of codes of good practice. The practice is jointly led by Claudio Lizana , who routinely litigates major antitrust cases, as well as advising on merger control processes; Lorena Pavic, an ‘absolutely phenomenal‘ antitrust litigation and merger control regime specialist (and the current director of the Universidad Católica de Chile’s Centre for Antitrust Studies); and ‘excellent lawyerJosé Pardo, who was promoted from associate to partner in November 2021. Since publication, Lizana has left to establish his own firm – effective as of December 2022.