Carlos is a partner of the firm, specialising in antitrust, regulatory law, telecommunications, energy, corporate law and civil law.
He has extensive experience in both the analytical and regulatory issues related to Peruvian Competition Law, covering a wide variety of industries. He has participated in leading antitrust cases, including the most emblematic price-fixing investigations carried out in Peru (ie, tissue paper, shipping conferences, PCC, LPG and drugstores).
He was the Technical Secretary of the Consumer Protection Commission, adviser of the Economic Studies Department, Assistant Clerk of the Tribunal for the Defence of Competition and Assistant Clerk of the Unfair Competition Commission at the National Institute for the Defence of Competition and the Protection of Intellectual Property (INDECOPI).
Education: master's in science (MSc), Public Policy in Latin America, Shell Centenary Scholar, Oxford University, 2001;
master's (LLM), Yale University, 1998;
licensed in law, Pontificia Catholic University of Peru, 1997.
Admitted to the Bar
- American Bar Association
- American Law & Economics Association
- Tenured professor of tort law at the Law School of Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
- Professor of economic regulation and antitrust law at the Graduate School of Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas
- Visiting professor of law and policy in the Americas at the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida (2006).
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