Marta Sánchez Martín is an associate in the criminal practice of the Litigation and Arbitration Department.
She specializes in tax offenses, corporate offenses, intellectual property offenses, market and consumer offenses (corruption between private individuals and relating to competition), corruption in the public sector (bribery, influence peddling, misappropriation of public funds and corruption in international commercial transactions), and offenses against workers’ rights (occupational health and safety).
She 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). In this area, she participates in the preparation of training materials for employees and executives of different companies on matters such as business ethics, criminal liability of legal entities, the fight against public and private corruption in the business environment (anti-bribery and anti-corruption policies), statutory limits on the use of IT tools made available to employees (secrecy of communications and privacy), privacy and internal investigation mechanisms, leaks of inside information and revelation of company secrets.
Marta Sánchez Martín is a member of the Madrid Bar Association.
Degree in Law and Business Administration, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.
Executive Master’s Degree in Business Law and Master’s Degree in Corporate Compliance, Centro de Estudios Garrigues in collaboration with Harvard University.