Business Crime: Criminal Liability of the Business Community
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The most complete guide to the many criminal questions that can arise in modern business practice. Provides how-to guidance for: setting up compliance programs to prevent corporate liability; effectively conducting internal corporate investigations, and parallel administrative, civil and criminal proceedings.
Also included are:
• Authoritative discussions of substantive law, including comprehensive coverage of insider trading and fraud against the government
• The tactical and case law information you need for grand jury representation or monitoring criminal counsel
• Forms covering every area and stage of business crime practice
Also includes Business Crime Commentary, a bi-monthly reporter providing a lead article addressing business crime issues and annotations of recent cases impacting on the practice of business crime counsel.
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Table of contents
CH- 1 Grand Jury Practice
CH- 2 Parallel Civil and Criminal Proceedings
CH- 3 Trial Preparation; Problems of Investigation and Representation
CH- 4 Pretrial Motions Directed at Indictment
CH- 4A Searches and Seizures in the Business Crimes Context
CH- 4B Motions Directed At Discovery Special Alert Scope
CH- 5 Guilty Pleas and Plea Bargaining
CH- 6 Internal Corporate Investigations
CH- 6A Preventing Corporate Criminal Liability
CH- 7 Jury Selection
CH- 8 Opening Statements
CH- 9 Direct Examination
CH- 10 Cross-Examination
CH- 11 Motion for Judgment of Acquittal
CH- 12 Closing Argument
CH- 13 Jury Instructions
CH- 14 Federal Sentencing Guidelines
CH- 14A Federal Forfeiture
CH- 15 Appellate Practice
CH- 16 Strict and Vicarious Liability
CH- 17 Securities Fraud
CH- 18 The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
CH- 18A Corporate Criminal Responsibility - Conducting an Internal Investigation
CH- 19 Criminal Antitrust
CH- 20 Bank Fraud
CH- 20A Monetary Transactions and Money Laundering
CH- 21 Customs Fraud
CH- 22 Commercial Bribery
CH- 23 The Hobbs and Travel Acts
CH- 24 Racketeer Influenced And Corrupt Organizations Act Of 1970 “Rico’
CH- 25 Federal Labor Law Violations
CH- 26 Fraud in the Health Care Industry
CH- 27 Tax Fraud
CH- 28 Commercial Espionage
CH- 29 Occupational Safety and Health Act Violations
CH- 30 Federal Food and Drug Violations
CH- 31 Environmental Law Violations
CH- 32 Mail and Wire Fraud
CH- 33 Consumer Fraud
CH- 34 Bankruptcy Fraud
CH- 35 18 U.S.C. 1001: The General False Statements Statute
CH- 36 Insurance Fraud
CH- 37 Representing the Controversial Defendant
CH- 38 Representing Businesses Abroad: Jurisdiction and Extradition
CH- 38A Representing Businesses Abroad: The Bank Records and Foreign Transaction Act
CH- 38B Representing Businesses Abroad: Arrest and Conviction in Foreign Lands
CH- 39 Computer and High Technology Crimes