Firm Profile

Rodríguez, Vergara & Cía.

Firm Details

Rodríguez, Vergara & Compañía was founded in 1990 by Pablo Rodríguez and Pedro Pablo Vergara, later joining them Fernando Rabat. Since its inception the firm has been essentially focused on litigation, counseling its clients in legal conflicts and seeking alternative solutions to resolve them.

Its partners, in addition to having extensive experience in litigation before the Supreme Court, Courts of Appeals, Civil Courts and arbitral justice, have a distinguished academic background. Pedro Pablo Vergara and Fernando Rabat serve as professors of Civil Law of the Faculty of Law of the Universidad del Desarrollo. Senior partner Pablo Rodríguez was Dean of that same Faculty until 2016.

All of them, and most notably Pablo Rodríguez, have been noted as some of the country's best evaluated litigation lawyers.

The team of Rodríguez, Vergara & Compañía includes three partners and two associate lawyers of great experience. They are joined by two junior associates who have been working in the firm for several years. The firm is characterized by the direct and personal intervention of its partners in the cases it serves, supported in their work by the other associates. In this way, the participation of the whole work team encourages the creativity process when looking for solutions or strategies.

Given its focus on civil, commercial and arbitration litigation, the firm has no permanent clients.

The firm has also been able to adapt to the digital age, having the appropriate technology to operate, an issue that becomes even more relevant due to the coming into force of the new digital processing of judicial procedures in Chile.


  • Domestic, foreing and multinational companies
  • Agricultural companies
  • Audit firms
  • Banking institutions
  • Brokers
  • Construction companies
  • Energy companies
  • Mining companies
  • Public works concessionaires
  • Retail


Pedro Pablo Vergara Varas
+56 2 26721782

Firm Practice Areas

  • Arbitration and Mediation
  • Litigation