James Hardie Fiber Cement Antitrust Litigation

Relevant cases

Consumer Protection and Antitrust

Successfully representing the Chilean producer “Producción Química y Metalúrgica” (QUIMEL) in a predatory pricing suit; subsequently, in a suit seeking civil damages against the aforementioned Australian fiber cement company, before the Chilean Antitrust Court (TDLC), and subsequently before the Chilean Supreme Court and the Ordinary Civil Courts, in what turned out to be the first time the Supreme Court revoked a TDLC ruling. The Australian company was sentenced to pay fines and damages ranging in the USD millions in favor of Quimel, and of other national producers, for predatory practices established in said process, which lasted 8 years in total.