Sonsoles Pérez-Bryan

Sonsoles Pérez-Bryan

Associate, Madrid

Email sonsoles.perez-bryan@hoganlovells.com

Phone +34 91 349 82 00

Fax +34 91 349 82 01

LanguagesEnglish, Spanish

Practice groupLitigation

As an associate in our Dispute Resolution team, Sonsoles Pérez-Bryan focuses on Investigations, White Collar, and Fraud (IWCF). She skilled in corporate criminal law and provides legal advice to both Spanish and international clients in criminal investigations or Court proceedings, acting either as prosecuting party or defence. She also takes part in the development of Corporate Compliance Programs for companies in all sectors.

She graduated in Law School on June 2013 and was honoured with the Extraordinary Degree Award. During the university years, she attended a number of specialised courses in Spanish Criminal and Procedural Law.

On June 2014 she completed her Master’s degree in Corporate Criminal Law, defending her final thesis on confiscation of assets, instrumentalities and proceeds of crime.

Education and admissions

Education

Master degree in Corporate Criminal Law, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, 2014

Degree in Law, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 2013

Bar admissions and qualifications

Madrid

Related practices

Litigation Investigations

Related areas of focus

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Representative experience

Assisting individual on criminal proceedings before the National Court of Spain for tax fraud charges in the frame of a notorious corruption case in Spain.

Assisting financial entity and its employees on criminal proceedings all over Spain for miss-selling of financial products, fraud and misappropriation charges.

Representing financial entities as in criminal proceedings regarding accounting scandal involving Spanish leading network provider regarding fraud/forgery of accounting documents and felonies.

Taking part in internal investigation of leading automotive company and criminal defense in subsequent criminal proceeding for disclosure of business secrets, misappropriation, and anticompetitive practices.

Development of Corporate Compliance Programs for several companies from a number of different sectors.

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