Benjamín is a partner in the Competition and Regulation area. His main role is to advise clients on a preventive basis. Additionally, he represents clients before the National Economic Prosecutor's Office and the Antitrust Court in cases related to cartels, abuses of dominant position and concentration operations, with a special focus on those industries where economic regulation interacts with antitrust law. Likewise, Benjamín has developed an active and growing practice in the impact of new technologies on antitrust law, focusing his work on markets in which, as a result of significant innovations, algorithms and big data are playing a fundamental role. In the same vein, Benjamín has expanded his field of research to the relationships between Competition Law, blockchain and fintechs.
Previously, Benjamín worked at the National Economic Prosecutor's Office. He has also taught Competition Law and Economic Regulation, and Competition Law and New Technologies at different universities, both at graduate and postgraduate levels.
In addition, he has co-authored several chapters inbooks (2009, 2010 and 2016) and papers in the most prestigious journals in Chile.
Benjamín graduated from Universidad de Chile and also holds a Diploma in Administrative Economic Law with mention in Public Services and Regulation and a Diploma in Statistics with mention in Statistical Methods, both from Universidad Católica de Chile.