Federico Volujewicz is a partner at De Dios & Goyena Abogados. He has previously worked as the director of competition advocacy at the CNDC, an in-house counsel at Arauco Argentina SA. He is also currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Flores, School of Law, where he teaches Corporate Law. Mr. Volujewicz served as a professor of business and corporate law at the University of Buenos Aires School of Law, between 2007 and 2009. He has published different articles on antitrust issues as a coauthor for the Argentina Chapter of The Antitrust Review of the Americas 2010, The Antitrust Review of the Americas 2011 (both published by Global Competition Review); Getting The Deal Through: Private Antitrust Litigation 2011 and 2012 (published by Global Competition Review), and The International Comparative Legal Guide to Cartels & Leniency 2010 and 2011 (published by Global Legal Group). Mr. Volujewicz received his law degree from the University of Buenos Aires, School of Law, in 2003. He was admitted to practice law in Argentina in 2004.
De Dios & Goyena AbogadosDesigning and implementing an Antitrust Compliance Program is not an easy task, whether you are an In-house counsel, a Compliance Officer, or a Law Firm trying to help your clients to better deal with antitrust issues. The lack of funding or resources, lack of knowledge of antitrust regulations by the employees, and their consequent lack of interest in the subject, or the lack of time to deliver the training are some of the challenges you will have to face. The key to the success of an Antitrust Compliance Program seems to be the creation of a competition culture in the company. In order to do so, employees shall learn about antitrust regulation, got to know the risks that might have an impact on their day-to-day work, understand that almost every single activity carried out in, or, by the company shall have an impact from an antitrust point of view. But how to do it? How to deliver memorable and interesting pieces of training that make employees engage with antitrust issues? De Dios & Goyena Abogados’s initiative consists of some creative ways of improving antitrust compliance trainings by the creation and implementation of six fun and engaging games that are also informative and allow employees to gain interest in Antitrust Compliance issues.