This subcommittee is responsible for ensuring that criminal and civil lawyers are fully involved and up-to-date, so that the reach of EPPO in the various member states is increased and extended.
The aim is to emphasise the importance of recognising the rights of suspects and defendants during the investigation and trial, with a special focus on the right of defence.
Fabrizio de Sanna
Specialises in commercial, industrial, bankruptcy, financial, and corporate criminal law. In 2021, he received the Lawyer of the Year ‘Corporate Criminal Law Boutique of Excellence’ award from the legal community.
Federico Iacopo Mamoli
Specialised in corporate, industrial, international, and commercial contract law.
Fabio de Tullio
Author: Fabrizio de' Sanna Subcommittee: Criminal Lawyers Date: 15/09/2023 One of the most problematic aspects of the investigations conducted by the European Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO), which has been known since well before this body actually began to...
Author: Federico Mamoli Subcommittee: Lawyers Date: 26/05/2023 I had the opportunity to participate in the European Lawyers Association (ELA) annual meeting 2023 in Bratislava - Slovakia. In such context, several International lawyers coming from many European...
The European Public Prosecutor’s Office, the independent public prosecution office of the European Union (EPPO) is offering job opportunities as “temporary agents” in the following positions: Learning & Development Assistant As a member of either the Operations...
In December 2020, the European Commission adopted a package of initiatives to modernise the EU justice systems, including the Communication on the Digitalisation of Justice in the EU. Ensuring the effective access of citizens and businesses to justice and facilitating...
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