Mr. Grunberg earned his Law degree at Universidad de Chile Law School (2007) and also has a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from Harvard University (2010) (Fulbright Scholar) and a Master in Trade Regulation (Antitrust and Competition Policy) (LL.M.) from New York University. He has been practicing for more than one decade in Antitrust & Competition, Economic Regulation, and Litigation & Arbitration.
Prior to founding Grunberg Puyol, he worked as a Senior Associate in Cariola Diez Pérez-Cotapos Law Firm’s Antitrust & Competition practice (2017-2018); as the Advisor to the Minister of Economy, Development, and Tourism in Antitrust & Competition and Consumer Protection (2014-2017), in which capacity he served as the leading representative of the Government of Chile before Congress during the discussion of the last amendment to Chile’s Competition Act (Law No. 20,945 of 2016); as an Attorney of the Litigation Division of Chile’s Competition Agency (Fiscalía Nacional Económica) (2012-2014), where he represented the public interest in important cases; and as an Advisor in International Antitrust to the Office of International Affairs of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (2011).
Mr. Grunberg has counseled both multinational and Chilean corporations in Antitrust & Competition, Economic Regulation, as well as in Commercial Disputes. He has broad experience shaped by more than a decade in public and private practice.
He has been Professor of Economic Law and Antitrust & Competition Law at Universidad de Chile Law School since 2008.
Mr. Grunberg is admitted to practice Law in Chile (2007) and is a member of the Section of Antitrust Law of the American Bar Association.