Gabriel Zaliasnik

Gabriel Zaliasnik: Attorney with Albagli Zaliasnik
  • Director of the Firm's Litigation Team at Albagli Zaliasnik (68 Attorneys)
  • El Golf 150, 4th Floor. Las Condes, Santiago, Chile
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As the Founding Partner and Director of AZ’s Litigation Area, Gabriel’s practice focuses on highly complex litigation matters such as antitrust cases, constitutional law, criminal law, economic crimes, intellectual property infringement and extradition processes. In addition, given his broad expertise in the fields he has professionally undertaken, he has publicly and privately advised on legislative and regulatory discussion processes. His experience in litigation and antitrust matters has led the prestigious English publication Chambers & Partners to name him—year after year—as one of the best Chilean attorneys in the “Dispute Resolution” and “White Collar Crime” categories. In fact, the publication singles Zaliasnik as, “…the Firm’s main lawyer in litigation. He distinguishes himself for his great capacity to resolve highly complex matters and his mastery in clearly and precisely explaining them before the courts. He is also renowned for his strategic planning and development qualities, and for his talent for team-work, especially concerning negotiations with authorities. Gabriel Zaliasnik was also chosen by the renowned United States publication Best Lawyers as the best criminal defense lawyer in Chile. Today, given his experience and the industry’s recognition, he participates in cases of high national importance, demonstrating a strategic vision for conflicts, solid knowledge and a high capacity for resolutions before our country’s most important courts and public institutions. As a result, he reiteratively represents high-level authorities in highly complex and public cases.

Areas of Practice (7)

  • Litigation
  • Criminal Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • Civil Law
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Intellectual Property Litigation
  • Antitrust

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+56 2 445 6000  Phone
Law School Attended:
University of Chile, LL.B., 1990
Year of First admission:
1990, Chile
Chilean Bar Association; International Trademark Association (INTA); International Law Firm (ILF); Association Internationale de Droit Pénal (Secretary, Chilean Section); International Bar Association (IBA).
Spanish, English and Hebrew
Birth Information:
Santiago, Chile, March 12, 1967
Reported Cases:
Extradition cases: Former President of Argentina, Carlos Menem (2004); Former President of Peru, Alberto Fujimori (2005); Approval of merger Telefónica-Bellsouth (Antitrust Court); 262 million dollar class action against Telefonica (defense).
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