Edited by Tirant Lo Blanch, one of the most highly rated legal publishing houses, the yearbook is positioned as a reference work in the criminal field.
This yearbook compiles and analyses a careful selection of the most important articles, news and hot topics that have taken place over the last year in the field of criminal law.
Berta Aguinaga and Javier Cuairán, members of the White Collar Crime Law department, co-authored an article in this book together with Juan José Zornoza Pérez, Professor of Financial and Tax Law at the Carlos III University of Madrid. The article is is entitled Tax Procedures and Criminal Procedure: Problematic Relationships. It addresses the alarming loss of guarantees experienced by a citizen investigated for a crime against the Treasury in favour of the State’s fiscal interests.
Professionals such as Antonio del Moral, Magistrate of the Second Chamber of the Supreme Court, Eloy Velasco, Magistrate of the Appeal Chamber of the National High Court or Rafael Catalá, former Minister of Justice (2014-2018), as well as various prosecutors and professors specialised in the matter have participated in the writing process of this yearbook, positioned it as a reference work in the criminal field.
Learn more about the book here (SP only).