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Nevada attorney general’s office intensifies efforts to fight financial fraud, shield elderly from exploitation – Las Vegas Review-Journal



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Nevada attorney general's office intensifies efforts to fight financial fraud, shield elderly from exploitation
Las Vegas Review-Journal
CARSON CITY — The Nevada attorney general's office is intensifying efforts to fight financial fraud and protect the elderly and vulnerable people from exploitation. The Legislature's Interim Finance Committee on Thursday approved Attorney General Adam …
NV lawmakers authorize financial fraud unit jobsKOLO

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White-collar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion – Los Angeles Times



Los Angeles Times
Whitecollar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion
Los Angeles Times
The government's penchant in whitecollarcrime cases for charging corporations with wrongdoing, rather than the human beings who make the decisions and pocket the proceeds, is a flaw in our justice system that lets wrongdoers off the hook. How big a

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Corporate Fraud Demands Criminal Time – New York Times


Corporate Fraud Demands Criminal Time
New York Times
Fortunately, research on street crime gives us some ideas about corporate crime. There are two fundamental dimensions of deterrence: the certainty of punishment and the severity of punishment. Basically, will I be caught, and if so, how badly will I be …

Congress Is Getting Serious About Preventing Elder Fraud – Money Magazine



Money Magazine
Congress Is Getting Serious About Preventing Elder Fraud
Money Magazine
Older Americans lose as much as $37 billion each year to financial fraud, but new legislation in the congressional pipeline would impose tougher penalties for these crimes in an effort to combat the rising rate of exploitation. Senators Chuck Grassley

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White-collar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion – Los Angeles Times



Los Angeles Times
Whitecollar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion
Los Angeles Times
The government's penchant in whitecollarcrime cases for charging corporations with wrongdoing, rather than the human beings who make the decisions and pocket the proceeds, is a flaw in our justice system that lets wrongdoers off the hook. How big a

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Decrease your financial fraud risk with simple steps – Tallahassee.com



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Decrease your financial fraud risk with simple steps
Tallahassee.com
As technology advances and cultural norms shift, financial fraud scammers may try new tactics to target victims. As we go about our lives, many of us do not stop to consider how our everyday actions are creating risk. However, it is important to

White-collar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion – Los Angeles Times



Los Angeles Times
Whitecollar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion
Los Angeles Times
The government's penchant in whitecollarcrime cases for charging corporations with wrongdoing, rather than the human beings who make the decisions and pocket the proceeds, is a flaw in our justice system that lets wrongdoers off the hook. How big a

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Corporate Crime & Investigations Update – 27 June 2016 – Lexology (registration)


Corporate Crime & Investigations Update – 27 June 2016
Lexology (registration)
Michel Temer, Brazil's interim President, has been drawn into the bribery scandal at state oil company Petrobras. The latest allegations were made by a former Petrobras executive, Sergio Machado, who has been giving plea bargain evidence to prosecutors.

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White-collar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion – Los Angeles Times



Los Angeles Times
Whitecollar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion
Los Angeles Times
The government's penchant in whitecollarcrime cases for charging corporations with wrongdoing, rather than the human beings who make the decisions and pocket the proceeds, is a flaw in our justice system that lets wrongdoers off the hook. How big a

and more »

White-collar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion – Los Angeles Times



Los Angeles Times
Whitecollar crime: How the feds blundered by indicting PG&E for a fatal gas explosion
Los Angeles Times
The government's penchant in whitecollarcrime cases for charging corporations with wrongdoing, rather than the human beings who make the decisions and pocket the proceeds, is a flaw in our justice system that lets wrongdoers off the hook. How big a

and more »