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In this webinar, Esteban Rópolo, competition law expert and partner, presents the legal and economic challenges and risks that multinational companies from the region or operating in Latin America have to face when dealing with multijurisdictional filings.

In addition, Miguel de Quinto, competition economist expert and senior associate, offers practical guidance on some innovative economic tools for merger analysis useful in the acquisition of regulatory approval of the transactions.



Carolina Pardo is a lawyer and specialist in International Contract Law graduated from Universidad de los Andes. She obtained a LL.M. with specialization in International Private Law and Competition Law from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Over 20 years, she has advised major national and international clients on matters related to compliance with data protection, competition and consumer law rules. She has also successfully coordinated and prepared proposals for submission to national authorities on behalf of major industrial groups in Colombia. She has been recognized by Chambers Latin America as leader in the Competition ranking in Colombia, and the practice group headed by her has been ranked first for two consecutive years. She joined Baker McKenzie in 1994, and currently serves as international partner and heads the Competition, IT and Consumer Law practice group. Additionally, she is an active member of the steering committee of the Latin American Competition, Compliance and IT practice groups of Baker McKenzie.


Miguel de Quinto Arredonda is an associate in the Antitrust & Competition Practice Group of Baker McKenzie, Bogota. He has a background in economics and consultancy. Prior to joining the Firm, he was an adviser to the Superintendent of Industry and Commerce for over two years, handling competition cases of great relevance. As an independent consultant, he assisted local law firms in managing cases involving economic damage claims, conducting competition assessments, and preparing economic and market reports. He has taught at the Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano, Universidad del Rosario and Pontificia Universidad Javeriana on game theory, industrial organization and microeconomics.