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Finding Financial Fraud – A Top 10 List – Mondaq News Alerts (registration)


Finding Financial Fraud – A Top 10 List
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
99, Consideration of Fraud in financial statements. If the team uses this basic checklist, then at least the possibility of fraud will have been actively discussed early in the review process, and the team will have concentrated on the ways in which

JB Van Hollen: Tackling white collar crime – Wisbusiness.com



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JB Van Hollen: Tackling white collar crime
Wisbusiness.com
White collar crime includes many species of fraud and dishonest conduct such as mortgage and bank fraud, embezzlement, identity theft, securities fraud, elder financial abuse, credit card fraud, and various Internet schemes, just to name a few

US Supreme Court Let’s Stand Minnesota Ruling Regarding Pesticide Drift on … – Corporate Crime Reporter


US Supreme Court Let's Stand Minnesota Ruling Regarding Pesticide Drift on
Corporate Crime Reporter
Corporate Crime Reporter In Print 48 Weeks A Year. U.S. Supreme Court Let's Stand Minnesota Ruling Regarding Pesticide Drift on Organic Farmland. By Editor Filed in News February 20th, 2013 @ 6:08 am. The U.S. Supreme Court let stand a Minnesota

Former Mormon Bishop Pleads Guilty to Investor Fraud – Patch.com


Former Mormon Bishop Pleads Guilty to Investor Fraud
Patch.com
“I commend the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, SIGTARP, IRS-Criminal Investigation, Connecticut Department of Banking and our other law enforcement partners who are working diligently to protect investors by identifying and rooting out fraudulent

Only jail time will deter white-collar crime – Boston Globe


Only jail time will deter whitecollar crime
Boston Globe
Petty criminals often serve longer sentences for nonviolent crimes than even the maximum McLaughlin now faces. This is really unfair. So called whitecollar crime has been treated too long with just a slap on the wrist. Yet this is the type of crime

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QUT Crime and Justice Research Centre


Find out more at ow.ly The Crime and Justice Research Centre is a leader in producing high impact interdisciplinary criminological research. The Centre includes distinguished international researchers and is distinctive for its applied research program that focuses on common challenges confronting governments and criminal justice systems around the world. Hear Centre Director Professor Belinda Carpenter and Researcher Dean Reece Walters discuss the critical areas of research in the new Centre, such as policing, security and intelligence; gender, sexuality and justice; eco-justice, corporate crimes and official corruption; and social, criminal and Indigenous justice.
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FINRA Fines ING $1.2 Million – Corporate Crime Reporter


FINRA Fines ING $1.2 Million
Corporate Crime Reporter
Corporate Crime Reporter In Print 48 Weeks A Year. FINRA Fines ING $1.2 Million. By Editor Filed in News February 19th, 2013 @ 9:57 am. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) fined five affiliates of ING $1.2 million for failing to retain

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Corporate crime update – Lexology (registration)


Corporate crime update
Lexology (registration)
The Spanish Minister of Justice is studying a proposal for reform of the Criminal Procedure Act aimed at including the guidelines issued by European law and the case law of the Court of Strasbourg. Among other new elements, the proposals: provide that

Corporate crime update – 13 February 2013 – United Kingdom – Lexology (registration)


Corporate crime update – 13 February 2013 – United Kingdom
Lexology (registration)
Four appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court charged with two offences of conspiracy to corrupt following a two year investigation into allegations of corruption in relation to the tax affairs of Swift Technical Energy Solutions Ltd, a Nigerian

Hard time for white-collar criminals is a necessity – Houston Chronicle


Hard time for whitecollar criminals is a necessity
Houston Chronicle
The damage done from whitecollar crime may not elicit the same gut moral response as watching someone physically rob 28,000 folks of their life savings. Specifically because there isn't that instinct, it is important that the threat of jail time