David Caballero Avendaño is a senior associate in the criminal law department of the Litigation and Arbitration Department at Garrigues, where he acts as legal counsel in criminal litigation, mainly related to white collar crime (both as a defense lawyer and as a private prosecutor). He has also been involved in the preparation of criminal law reports and in due diligence processes.
He is a member of the internal investigations unit of the criminal law department and has collaborated with the firm's group of lawyers specialising in corporate compliance in the design, preparation and implementation of crime prevention plans, programmes and models. Graduated in Law and Business Administration and Management from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
He was awarded an Erasmus scholarship for a full university course at the University of Cambridge (UK). He is a University Expert in Patrimonial, Economic and Corporate Crime from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
David Caballero Avendaño is a senior associate in the criminal practice of the Litigation and Arbitration Department.
He specializes in financial and corporate offenses, intellectual property offenses, market and consumer offenses (corruption in business and relating to competition), offenses against honor and privacy, tax offenses, corruption in the public sector (bribery, influence peddling, misappropriation of public funds), environmental offenses, land planning and zoning offenses, forgery and misrepresentation, and offenses against workers’ rights (occupational health and safety). He has participated in numerous criminal proceedings involving the above offenses before the courts, bringing private prosecutions against and acting in defense of individuals and legal entities. He has also been involved in the preparation of criminal law reports and in due diligence processes.
He is a member of the internal investigations unit of the criminal law area, in which he has participated in multiple investigations in multinational companies oriented to the elucidation of criminal acts of a transnational nature.
He has worked with a group of corporate compliance experts at the firm on the design, preparation and implementation of corporate compliance plans, programs and models (risk assessment, preparation of criminal risk maps and control measures, development of criminal risk management systems, organizational models, codes of ethics and codes of professional conduct, internal policies, anti-corruption policies and manuals, ethics channels and whistle-blowing channels, internal investigations and disciplinary action systems).
He speaks Spanish and English.
Double Degree in Law and Business Administration, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
Erasmus exchange program, University of Cambridge (United Kingdom).
Expert in Patrimonial, Economic and Corporate Crime, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.