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Dentons strengthens its white collar crime and compliance department with the incorporation of Edward Sánchez as a partner and team leader

The renowned global firm Dentons takes a significant step in reinforcing its legal services with the addition of the distinguished lawyer Edward Sánchez as a partner in the white collar crime and compliance practice are in the Lima office. The arrival of Sánchez, a lawyer from the Pontifica Universidad Católica del Perú and a specialist in criminal litigation, economic crime, and corruption of officials, marks a milestone in the expansion and consolidation of the firm’s legal practice.With a distinguished career as a partner at Súmar & Sánchez Abogados and as an advisor to various companies at the national level, Sánchez brings valuable experience in the implementation of compliance programs aimed at preventing white collar crimes, the design of procedural strategies, and legal representation in litigation stemming from corporate conflicts.
Sánchez notes that joining Dentons Peru represents a significant challenge. ‘I feel incredibly fortunate; it is undoubtedly a recognition to join Dentons, such an important firm in the field, and furthermore, as a partner. I come to contribute my knowledge and experience to strengthen the firm and try to meet all the clients’ needs because, in the current context, white collar crimes in Peru are part of daily life. White collar crime and compliance go hand in hand; legal entities compel entrepreneurs to update their compliance models. With my addition, I hope to help add value and prevent contingencies for the firm’s clients.’
Sánchez, now in charge of the white collar crime and compliance department at Dentons, details the team composition, highlighting the compliance expertise of associate Lilia Bolaños and the formation of a group of 6 young lawyers with whom he has worked for over 5 years. With the goal of establishing themselves and becoming visible in the market, the team has clear expectations of gaining experience, building client loyalty, and standing out as a reliable reference in the field of white collar crime. ‘The experience I have had in my previous years has reaffirmed my work and what we will now have as a team—building experience and securing client loyalty. At Dentons, I want to achieve the same, position us as a department, become more visible in the market, and, of course, make companies in general see not only a firm associated with commercial or mining matters where it has many credentials and even in civil litigation but also a reliable firm in white collar crime.’

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