Ms Carolina Bawlitza > DLA Piper Chile > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile

DLA Piper Chile
El Golf 150
10th Floor
Las Condes
Chile

Work Department

Free competition
Antitrust matters

Position

Counsel

Career

Ms. Bawlitza is counsel in our firm since 2018, her practice focused on free competition/antitrust matters. In this context, advises in matters of merger control, abuse of dominance and potential cartels, investigations before the National Economic Prosecutor’s Office and procedures before the Chilean Competition Court, including the design and implementation of compliance programs.

Languages

Spanish and english

Education

Graduate in Law, School of Law, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2001)

Master in Business Law, School of Law, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez (2005)

Diploma in Economics of Competition, Universidad de Los Andes (2007)

 

Lawyer Rankings

Chile > Competition and antitrust

(Rising stars)

Carolina BawlitzaDLA Piper Chile

Handling M&A control and filings before the competition authorities, the representation of clients in investigations carried out by the FNE, and antitrust litigation before the TDLC and the Supreme Court, the team at DLA Piper Chile is most active in the consumer product manufacture, pharmaceutical, telecoms, tech, chemicals and energy industries. It has also recently developed an antitrust/competition compliance offering that undertakes training, internal investigations and economic behavioral analysis. The office’s regulated markets and antitrust department is co-led by Felipe Bahamondez and counsel Carolina Bawlitza, a 2018-hire from the FNE where she worked in investigations, M&A control and leniency matters during the course of a decade. Former counsel Blanca Palumbo left to join the National Electricity Coordinator (CEN) as counsel in October 2019. However, since publication, the team has been further strengthened with the October-2020 hire of Sofia O’Ryan; with over a decade’s experience in the sector, she arrives from the FNE where she was coordinator of the antimonopolistic practices’ dvision.