Corporate Crime & Financial Fraud: Legal and Financial Implications of Corporate Misconduct
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This important book examines the financial and legal consequences of corporate crime while delving into a broader perspective for the practitioner on the motivations of corporate crime, the financial schemes involved, what the law prohibits, how to engage in effective damage control and more. This is a must-have resource for anyone concerned with white-collar crime.
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Table of contents
• Chapter 1 - Exposing the Corporate Criminal: An Exercise in Corporate Transparency
• Chapter 2 - The Facts Behind the Fiction: Theories of Corporate Criminal Liability
• Chapter 3 - Crime and Punishment: Statutory Tools
• Chapter 4 - Constitutional Perspectives: Few Rights and Even Fewer Privileges
• Chapter 5 - Affirmative Defenses: Denying Liability and Deflecting Blame
• Chapter 6 - Structuring Corporate Plea and Settlement Agreements: An Exercise in Damage Control
• Chapter 7 - Tax Consequences and Planning Opportunities: Crime Doesn't Pay but It May Be Tax - Deductible
• Chapter 8 - New Trends in Corporate Criminality: Accounting "Hocus-Pocus" Earnings Management
• Chapter 9 - The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Bribery as a Global Market Entry Strategy
• Chapter 10 - Statutory Reforms Post-Enron: The New Corporate Governance Model