He has been a member of the Antitrust-Fair Competition and Economic Regulation practice group since 2007, on different positions. Since then, he studied a Diploma in Competition Law and Policies at the Universidad de Chile, a MSc in Economic Regulation at Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, a Competition Law LL.M. and a Master in Economics for Competition Law, both at King’s College London.
Diego has actively participated on the most diverse matters covered by law and competition policies, bringing together the legal and technical side of complex issues. Therefore, he has been dedicated to provide legal and technical advice by drafting reports and representing clients before the Fiscalía Nacional Económica (FNE) and the Tribunal de Defensa de la Libre Competencia (TDLC) (Antritust Tribunal) in cases mainly related to cartels and abuses of dominant positions, combining the legal approach of such problems with the necessary underlying economic viewpoint. He has also conducted antitrust-fair competition compliance programs.
This practical experience, together with his postgraduate studies, has led Diego to develop deep courses regarding fair competition and antitrust, economic regulation and procedural law matters, to undergraduate and postgraduate students.