Pedro González is a counsel in the Criminal Law practice in the areas of Andalucía and the Canary Islands. He has a wealth of experience in criminal law matters.
Since joining Garrigues in 2004, he has been a member of the Litigation Department, where he has focused on both the defense and accusation sides in numerous proceedings. Consequently, he has extensive professional experience in acting as legal counsel in all manner of criminal proceedings, in particular in the areas of crimes against the public treasury, white collar and corporate crimes; crimes against natural resources and the environment; crimes against the safety and rights of workers and crimes against the public authorities.
He forms part of the group of lawyers at the firm who specialize in corporate compliance and in designing, preparing and implementing corporate compliance plans, programs and models (evaluation and maps of criminal risks, criminal risk management systems, organizational models, ethics and professional conduct codes, internal policies, anti-corruption handbooks and polices, channels for reporting ethics and criminal violations, internal investigations and disciplinary penalty systems).
In this field, he also provides training to employees and executives of myriad companies on business ethics, the criminal liability of legal entities or the criminal liability of executives.
He is a lecturer in the master’s program for access to the legal profession at Universidad Loyola de Andalucía as well as at Universidad Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla, where he coordinates the training module on criminal procedural law.
He is a member of the Madrid Bar Association.
Degree in Law and Master’s Degree in Introduction to Legal Practice, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.
Senior management program AD-1 at Instituto Internacional San Telmo.
Certified as compliance expert by the Asociación Española de Compliance and the International Federation of Compliance Associations.
“A reflection on the statute of limitations on the tax offenses contained in criminal complaint lodged in the 2nd Falciani List Case”. LA LEY Penal no. 128, September-October 2017, No. 128, September 1, 2017, Wolters Kluwer