In a meeting of great importance in the legal field, Fátima Rodríguez González, head of the Criminal Law, Compliance, International Trade and International Sanctions Department of our Firm, together with D. Antonio del Moral, Judge of the Second Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court, participated in a breakfast organised jointly with the Instituto Oficiales Cumplimiento (IOC) and WLW | Women in a Legal World, at the Universidad Internacional de La Rioja (UNIR). The event focused on the analysis of the recently passed Law 2/2023 of 20 February, which regulates the protection of persons who report violations of the law and promotes the fight against corruption.
The event highlighted the importance of this new legislation and its impact on the legal and business environment. In addition, experts in the field addressed various aspects of Law 2/2023 in an exhaustive and enlightening manner, providing a comprehensive view of its scope and impact on legal practice and compliance. The new Law 2/2023 represents a significant milestone in the fight against corruption and the promotion of a whistleblowing culture in the business and government sectors.
The event provided attendees with valuable insight into how this legislation can impact their respective organisations and society at large.