Enide Perez (admitted to the Bar in 1997) specializes in fraud cases, such as money laundering and corruption cases, and in economic criminal cases, amongst which H&S and environmental criminal cases. She advises companies and managers on possible criminal liabilities and the prevention thereof (compliance). She provides advice on internal investigations and analyses criminal law risks. Enide will counsel her clients during all stages of a criminal case, from its inception during ‘raids’ (searches), during interviews by special investigation services such as the Fiscal Information and Investigation Service (‘FIOD’), during negotiations with the Public Prosecutor’s office, settlements and, of course, in court.
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Education and career
Enide studied criminal law at the University of Amsterdam. She went on to work for our Rotterdam offices for five years, until 2002, when she joined Stibbe in Amsterdam, until mid-2008. Since June 2008, she has been a partner at Sjöcrona Van Stigt and she works from our offices in Rotterdam. Enide completed the post-graduate Criminal Law specialisation at the Willem Pompe Institute of Utrecht University.
In 2017/2018 Enide was Co-Chair of the Criminal Law Committee of the International Bar Association and she is a member of the Dutch Association of Criminal Defence Counsel.
She is editor for the Sanctions Law & Company magazine (Tijdschrift voor Sanctierecht & Onderneming) which she initiated in 2011.
She frequently speaks at international conferences on topics regarding (international) corporate criminal law, and she regularly gives lectures on legal privilege issues.
Dutch and English
- Nederlandse Vereniging vanStrafrechtadvocaten (www.nvsa.nl, Dutch Association of Defence Counsel)
- International Bar Association (www.ibanet.org)
- The Dutch Chapter of the Women’s White Collar Defense Association (“WWCDA”). For more information visit: http://wwcda.org/.