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Arnold & Porter Partner John Nassikas on International Corporate Crime Defense – Corporate Crime Reporter



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Arnold & Porter Partner John Nassikas on International Corporate Crime Defense
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“The expansion of prosecutors and law enforcement agents since I left the government a little over 20 years ago — it's been exponential growth in prosecutors not just in the major cities but across the country,” Nassikas told Corporate Crime Reporter

Ralph Nader to be Inducted Into Automotive Hall of Fame – Corporate Crime Reporter



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Ralph Nader to be Inducted Into Automotive Hall of Fame
Corporate Crime Reporter
Corporate Crime Reporter In Print 48 Weeks A Year. Ralph Nader to be Inducted Into Automotive Hall of Fame. By Editor Filed in News June 14th, 2016 @ 6:18 am. Auto safety advocate Ralph Nader will be inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame next …

Grassley Looking Into Corporate Abuse of Tourism Visas – Corporate Crime Reporter



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Grassley Looking Into Corporate Abuse of Tourism Visas
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In a 2013 settlement agreement in another similar case of B visa fraud, the government alleged that the company in question knowingly employed B visa holders rather than using the standard work visa program to increase profits and minimize costs of …

Senior executives commit half of Swiss corporate crime – swissinfo.ch



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Senior executives commit half of Swiss corporate crime
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Around 55% of all reported white-collar crime in Switzerland is committed by senior management, a KPMG survey estimates. Corporate fraud is typically carried out by men (82% of cases) who are aged 46-55 years old and work for the organisation (64

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Corporate crime wave: Australia’s epidemic of corporate criminality – The Stringer



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Corporate crime wave: Australia's epidemic of corporate criminality
The Stringer
Corporate crime poses a significant threat to the welfare of the community. Given the pervasive presence of corporations in a wide range of activities in our society, and the impact of their actions on a much wider group of people than are affected by

Chamber of Commerce Says Yates Memo Threatens to Undermine Corporate Cooperation – Corporate Crime Reporter


Chamber of Commerce Says Yates Memo Threatens to Undermine Corporate Cooperation
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The ultimate result may well be that rather than encouraging corporations to provide full disclosure and cooperation with government investigations, the Department's policy will impact a corporation's willingness to come forward and cooperate in a

Corporate crime as bad as street crime – Pacific Daily News



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Corporate crime as bad as street crime
Pacific Daily News
Despite the damage to society resulting from white-collar crimes, government officials, corporate executives and even some law enforcement experts argue that these crimes differ from street crimes in several important respects. They attempt to mitigate

Karthik Ramanna on How a Quilt Of Special Interests Captured Corporate Accounting – Corporate Crime Reporter


Karthik Ramanna on How a Quilt Of Special Interests Captured Corporate Accounting
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“Political Standards is an assessment of the rulemaking process in corporate accounting rulemaking — what we call Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) — both in the United States, but also worldwide,” Ramanna told Corporate Crime Reporter …

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Freshfields Partner Daniel Braun On Prosecuting and Defending Corporate Crime – Corporate Crime Reporter


Freshfields Partner Daniel Braun On Prosecuting and Defending Corporate Crime
Corporate Crime Reporter
“We won't know what the results are in any sort of complete way for some time,” Braun told Corporate Crime Reporter in an interview last week. “As we speak right now, there is an ongoing trial in the UK in which individuals previously employed at

Ralph Nader Challenging Corporate Power and Corporate Crime at Constitution Hall – Corporate Crime Reporter



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Ralph Nader Challenging Corporate Power and Corporate Crime at Constitution Hall
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Day one (May 23) features leaders of influential civic groups including Jim Hightower (Hightower Lowdown), Ralph Nader, Janet Domenitz (MassPIRG), Karen Friedman (Pension Rights Center), Michael Jacobson (Center for Science in the Public Interest), …

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