Our team

International Law Firm

POSITION:
Director of Criminal Department, Compliance, International Trade and International Sanctions

EXPERT IN:
Compliance, Criminal, International Law, International Sanctions, International Trade

EMAIL:
frg@lupicinio.com

Studies


Degree in Law, Complutense University of Madrid. Degree in Clinical Psychology, Complutense University of Madrid. Course on Prevention of Money Laundering in the financial sector CEF 2019. PhD Candidate in Criminal Law, Complutense University of Madrid.

Experience

Fatima Rodriguez joined the criminal team at Lupicinio in 2017 from Estudio Jurídico Zabala. Since joining, Fatima has participated in cases of great legal and media importance. After completing her training, Fatima joined Lupicinio International Law Firm as Head of the Criminal Team.

Recently, she has worked on prominent cases such as the Black Cards case, Púnica, Vitaldent and the Isabel II Canal.

Furthermore, Fatima is part of the firm´s group of lawyers that specialise in advising on corporate compliance maters, as well as the design, preparation and implementation of crime prevention models or programmes (evaluation and criminal risk maps, systems of criminal risk management, organisational models, codes of ethics and professional conduct, internal policies, anti-corruption manuals and policies, ethical and complaint channels, internal investigations and disciplinary sanctions systems).

Fatima also specialises in crimes against individuals, where her legal experience combines with her experience in clinical psychology to offer a sophisticated approach.

Fatima frequently works with a team advising companies and managers in the design and implementation of crime prevention programmes in order to avoid or reduce the criminal liability of legal entities.

In addition, Fatima is an assistant professor of Criminal Law at the University of Cardinal Cisneros, part of the University of Complutense, and regularly speaks at seminars and conferences. Currently, she is a a PhD candidate at the University of Cumplutense.

Fatima is also part of the “What is Law?” Foundation, which supports the protection of the Rule of Law, promotes transparency and combats corruption, whether through opinions, reports, administrative proceedings or judicial actions for transparency, or congresses, seminars and acts of recognition to support the actions of defenders of the Rule of Law (which are often unknown).

Merits

Published articles:

  • Travelling in times of covid and states of emergency
  • The so-called willful blindness in criminal law
  • The need to regulate internal investigations in companies
  • How to prevent a cyber-attack during the coronavirus crisis?
  • Legal observations: diplomatic immunity and the death of Harry Dunn
  • Lawyers who win their trials in the media
  • How to dress for a trial, when first impressions are everything
  • Is any assault by a man on a woman in a relationship or ex-partner violence?
  • Ambient fear: more safety for women
  • Reckless homicide?
  • The social sentence of ‘La Manada
  • The Supreme Court’s novel approach to regulatory compliance programmes to prevent criminal risks
  • The Supreme Court in the face of the black cards
  • Blesa, Barberá… And now what: Inquisiprensa
  • New criminal code
  • “The use of data mining in compliance programmes to prevent corruption” Published in: El Consultor de los Ayuntamientos, Nº 2, Section Transparency 4.0, February 2022
  • “Emerging technologies applied to compliance”, special issue of the magazine El Consultor de los Ayuntamientos “La gobernanza inteligente”, Special I, April 2022.
  • “The legal gap in the field of cryptocurrencies”, in Diario LA LEY, Nº 10252, Cyberlaw Section, March 2023

Seminars:

World Compliance Association, Madrid                                  30 November 2021. Speaker. 3rd Congress on Compliance in the Public Sector

Institute of Compliance Officers, Madrid                                20 November 2020. Speaker. International Compliance Week

Instituto de Compliance Officers, Madrid                               20 April 2020
Speaker. Webinar: “Compliance and Reputation”.

Articles

International Sanctions March 2024
International Trade March 2024
Alert: Agreement between the European Council and the European Parliament: Criminal investigations and cross-border crime
International Sanctions February 2024
International Trade February 2024
Alert EU Council: 13th package of restrictive measures against Russia
Alert EU: Updated in the EU list of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes
Alert EU Council – Humanitarian action: EU introduces further exception to sanctions
Alert EU Council: extension of restrictive measures against Zimbabwe
International Trade January 2024
International Sanctions January 2024
Alert EU Council: new sanctions against Russia (4 individuals and 1 organisation)
EU Sanctions on Russia: the continuation of the freezing of assets of deceased sanctioned persons
Alert EU Council: sudanese entities sanctioned over intensifying crisis in Sudan
Alert EU Council: targeted sanctions on Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) actions
Alert EU Council : targeted restrictive measures for Guatemala
Notes on the 12th European Union package of sanctions on Russia
Alert EU Council: Council and Parliament reach political consensus on criminalising the infringement of EU sanctions
INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS DECEMBER 2023
INTERNATIONAL TRADE DECEMBER 2023
ALERT: CHINA IMPOSES SANCTIONS ON U.S.: ESCALATING POLITICAL TENSIONS AMID HUMAN RIGHTS DISPUTE
ALERT: WHAT’S NEW IN THE 12th SANCTIONS PACKAGE?
EXEMPTIONS FROM THE PROHIBITION ON PROVIDING LEGAL ADVICE TO THE GOVERNMENT OF RUSSIA AND TO RUSSIAN LEGAL ENTITIES
RUSSIA: IMPORTANCE OF DIAMOND INDUSTRY
ALERT: EUROPEAN UNION ISSUES 12th. SANCTIONS PACKAGE AGAINST RUSSIA
ALERT: UK BAN ON TRANSACTIONS WITH RUSSIAN METALS
INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS NOVEMBER 2023
INTERNATIONAL TRADE NOVEMBER 2023
EU’S 12TH SANCTIONS PACKAGE AGAINST RUSSIA: WHAT TO EXPECT?
LILF REINFORCES LINKS WITH INTERNATIONAL LAW FIRM BUFETE INTERNACIONAL DE CUBA
INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS OCTOBER 2023
INTERNATIONAL TRADE OCTOBER 2023
INTERNATIONAL TRADE SEPTEMBER 2023
Law 2/2023 of 20 February: criminal law experts analyse the new legislation
THE EUROPEAN UNION GENERAL COURT ISSUES EIGHT RULINGS ON SANCTIONS AGAINST RUSSIA AND BELARUS
INTERNATIONAL TRADE JULY 2023
INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS JULY 2023
INTERNATIONAL TRADE JUNE 2023
INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS JUNE 2023
EUROPEAN UNION ADOPTS THE ELEVENTH PACKAGE OF SANCTIONS AGAINST RUSSIA
INTERNATIONAL TRADE MAY 2023
INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS MAY 2023
INTERNATIONAL TRADE APRIL 2023
INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS APRIL 2023
THE LEGAL LOCKOUT IN THE FIELD OF CRYPTOCURRENCIES
CRISTINA CIFUENTES CASE, A VICTORY FOR THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY
ICPF’S MARTESCLASS – FIGHTING CRYPTOCURRENCY FRAUD
BREAKFAST WITH AMBASSADORS IN COLLABORATION WITH WOMEN IN A LEGAL WORLD (WLW)
SOME CONSIDERATIONS ON CONSENT IN CRIMES AGAINST SEXUAL FREEDOM (ORGANIC LAW 10/2022 OF 6 SEPTEMBER)
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