Our clients are at the center of everything

Cariola’s main mission is to fully satisfy the legal needs of our clients in any area of the law, through high quality advice provided in a comprehensive, efficient and appropriate manner. With this objective in mind, Cariola’s lawyers propose simple, precise legal solutions, designed for each particular client or case.

White Collar and Compliance

We provide advice to companies on both the prevention of and the decision-making in reaction to crimes or administrative infringements, such as internal fraud, questioning from prosecuting authorities or fraud to third parties. Contingencies of this nature create highly complex situations that require adequate retrieval of the facts, which are generally contained within large volumes of information. We work to allow our clients to make the most appropriate decisions for each specific case.

We represent our clients in court in criminal proceedings, and we develop internal investigations in order to discover the scope of each contingency, collecting all available information and, according to each case, designing and developing defenses against accusations from the authorities, and preparing complaints or suits against third parties. Our multidisciplinary team allows us to provide creative, sophisticated and realistic solutions in order to protect our clients from internal or external threats or risks.

We also provide compliance services for the implementation and monitoring of compliance models within the framework of Law 20,393 on criminal liability of legal entities, and we look for risk control mechanisms that are strong, efficient and consistent with the reality of each company. We strive to accompany our clients in the development of their operations so that they comply with regulations at all times and so that a culture of compliance is effectively instilled in their administrators and employees.

Our work in compliance consultancy includes:

– continuous advice to our clients on compliance with current regulations and their relationships with suppliers and clients, as support for their legal managers and compliance officers;
– continuous training of their officials, through lectures and instructions on risks related to different types of crimes;
– the design, implementation and monitoring of compliance models; and
– the identification of potential or current risks of crimes that could be committed.