Julián Lozano is a principal associate in the Litigation and Arbitration and Criminal Law practices.
He has extensive expertise in criminal matters related to crimes against property and against the socioeconomic order, against workers’ rights, environmental crime, zoning offenses, tax and public finance and social security offenses, reputational crimes, and other business-related crimes.
He also provides recurring advice on regulatory compliance and assists clients in the design and implementation of corporate compliance programs.
Julián Lozano collaborates as an external tutor in the practical training program at the University of Murcia and is a lecturer in the Master’s Degree for Access to the Legal Profession at the San Antonio Catholic University, where he teaches a class on corporate crime.
He is a member of the Murcia Bar Association.
Degree in Law from the University of Murcia (1998/2003) and School Legal Practice at the University of Murcia (2003/2005). In addition, he is a qualified mediator.
Numerous articles and publications in various specialist journals, including most notably “The Criminal Liability of Legal Entities” (*) (2010), “New Insolvency Crimes” (*) (2013); “Social Networks: Is the Current Law Enough? (*) (2014), “Corporate Compliance” (*) (2015).
(*) Originally published in Spanish. See Spanish version of CV for more details.