White Collar Crime in a Nutshell
Scope of White Collar Crime; Corporate Criminal Liability; Conspiracy; Mail, Wire and Bank Fraud; Securities Fraud; Obstruction of Justice; Bribery and Extortion; Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO); False Statements; Perjury and False Declarations; Tax Crimes; Currency Reporting Crimes; Bankruptcy Crimes; Environmental Crimes; Computer Crimes; Grand Jury Investigations; Administrative Agency Investigations; Parallel Proceedings; Self-Incrimination Privilege: Testimony; Self-Incrimination Privilege: Documents; Searches; Attorney Client Privilege and Work Product Doctrine; Sanctions.
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Chapter Two Corporate Criminal Liability
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