Corporate and White Collar Crime
Edition: 5th 2011 (Revised)
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Description: With an emphasis on substantive law, this extensively revised casebookprovides comprehensive coverage of major white-collar crime statutes in thefederal criminal code, securities laws, and environmental statutes, as well assentencing principles under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines. CORPORATE ANDWHITE COLLAR CRIME: Cases and Materials, Fourth Edition, shows students whatwhite collar crime is and how it is detected, prosecuted, and punished today.The casebook is well known for its teachability:distinguished author Kathleen F. Brickey, who is widely published in the fieldand has served as a consultant to the U.S. Sentencing Commission, draws on herextensive experience to present a revealing and realistic account of the lawdistinctive focus on major white-collar crime statutes allows timely andtopical coverage of contemporary substantive law issuesclear and concise expository introductions illuminate the contexts of thecases that followwell edited and carefully selected cases (the best "teaching cases") arereinforced by provocative notes and questions that stimulate lively classroomdiscussionskillfully written problems throughout the book enrich understanding of thecases and challenge students to apply substantive law principles tohypotheticals that test the outer bounds of the principal casesrecent Justice Department prosecution guidelines provide an excellent platformfor exploring policy considerations relating to prosecuting corporations andtheir officers and executivesa detailed Teacher's Manual supplies specific guidance on discussion andanalysis of casebook problems, notes, and questionsThe Fourth Edition incorporates new material on:recent corporate fraud prosecutions, including those of Arthur Andersen,Martha Stewart, and Bernie EbbersSarbanes-Oxley statutes relating to conspiracy, securities fraud, andobstruction of justiceimportant Supreme Court decisions that invalidate the Federal SentencingGuidelines (Booker) and Arthur Andersen¿s obstruction of justice conviction(Andersen), as well as high Court decisions relating to conspiracy (JimenezRecio), mail fraud (Pasquantino), and federal program bribery (Sabri)significant appellate court decisions
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List price: $251.00
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 6/10/2011
Size: 7.75" wide x 10.50" long x 1.50" tall
|Corporate Criminal Liability|
|Personal Liability in an Organizational Setting|
|Perjury and False Declarations|
|Obstruction of Justice|
|Bribery of Public Officials|
|Currency Reporting Crimes and Money Laundering|