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Ximena Zuleta-Londoño

Ximena Zuleta-Londoño

Dentons Cardenas & Cardenas Abogados

Ximena is a partner in the Firm’s Competition and Antitrust, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Arbitration, and Public Law practice groups. She is consistently ranked as a leading lawyer by international legal directories. Her 20 years of experience includes roles on a range of major contentious situations, including litigation and domestic and international arbitration in connection with infrastructure projects, antitrust violations, and public law.

She benefits from an international education at Pace University and Harvard Law School (USA), and from a period at formerly leading disputes boutique firm Fernández de Soto & Asociados (formerly Fernando Londoño Abogados, 1997-2010).


  • Cementos Andino S.A.: Representation of Cementos Andino S.A. in the investigation for competition restrictive practices opened by the Superintendence of Industry and Commerce (SIC), in 2005, against several cement companies and their legal representatives.
  • Ingenio San Carlos: Representation of Ingenio San Carlos and Ingenio Providencia in the investigation for competition restrictive practices opened by the SIC, in 2008, against several sugar mills and their legal representatives (price agreement in the purchase of the sugar cane).
  • MasterCard: Representation of MasterCard, as an interested third party, in the investigation for restrictive practices of the competition opened by the SIC in May 2011, against Asobancaria, Redeban, Credibanco and several banks, for an alleged price agreement in setting the interbank rate.
  • CASYP S.A.: Representation of CASYP S.A. in the investigation for restrictive practices of competition opened by the SIC in August 2011, against CHEVRON and CASYP S.A. and their legal representatives.

Among other important investigations.

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