Our lawyers in the Criminal Law practice area have positioned themselves as leaders in the sector due to their degree of technical specialization, as well as their proven experience in the main proceedings related to economic crime at the national level in recent years.
Given the diversity of matters that come together in the criminal jurisdiction, they have the technical support of experts from the firm in other practice areas such as environment, tax, employment, town planning and public authorities.
Among the members of our Criminal Law practice area, we have a Prosecutor on leave, a former member of the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office, as well as a Judge on leave from the Provincial Court of Barcelona.
Our team, in addition to its technical training, is accessible and generates trust in our clients, two key aspects that essential in a criminal lawyer.
In relation to the activities carried out, they are focused not only on the exercise of criminal prosecution or defence before the courts of law, but also on preventive advice, issuing reports or opinion aimed at avoiding risks in the decisions that may be taken by the companies' governing bodies.
For this reason, we have formed a practice area dedicated to Compliance, providing comprehensive advice in this area, from the creation of organizational and management models for the prevention of criminal risks, to the development of specific internal control systems, management or employee training or advice to the control body (Compliance officer).
We provide advice on the following matters:
1. Defence in criminal proceedings, especially those related to business activities, such as:
2. Defence of honour, privacy or image
3. Representation of foreign citizens before Spanish and Portuguese courts
4. Extradition proceedings
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