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How to Respond to an SEC Subpoena: The Top Ten Tips for Cryptocurrency Entities – Intentional false statements made to the government can constitute a crime, and even unintentional misrepresentations. Ehren focuses primarily on white-collar criminal litigation and corporate.
Corporate Health Care Fraud Prosecutions In The Trump Administration: It Ain’t Over Til It’s Over – Indeed, it is this second topic – namely, how aggressively the Trump Administration’s Department of Justice will pursue investigations into white collar crime in general, and health care fraud in.
Special Report: Sweethearts in crime – But that’s not the case any more. director of the criminal justice program at the University of Colorado Denver and author of the book “Women and White Collar Crime. “But women now are often in.
10 notorious white-collar criminals who are still at large – · What follows is a list of 10 white-collar criminals who are all still at large. Some defrauded financial institutions. Others pocketed company funds.
In Texas, cattle rustling evolves into sophisticated multimillion-dollar crimes – In March 2017, Lyon was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for wire fraud. Between the federal criminal case and a separate civil lawsuit. attributes the rise in white-collar cattle thieving.
Trump and Mnuchin Break the Law By Refusing to Release President’s Tax Records – White collar criminologist Bill Black explains how the administration’s stance on Trump” taxes is illegal and what the possible consequences could be-or should be White collar criminologist Bill.
Crime and motive as predictors of jail sentence for police. – White-collar crime is not as visible as conventional crime and detection is difficult. For instance, in a homicide case, there is generally a body and forensic evidence. In the case of financial crime, Hansen (2009) argues that accounting and computer forensics are currently the investigators best tools in detection and implemented in most.
White-Collar Defenders in Demand at Law Firms for Bribery Cases – White-collar criminal-defense attorneys may. An upswing in Justice Department enforcement of the foreign corrupt practices act began in 2007. Starting that year, 117 cases have resulted in fines.
An MBA’s Thoughts On White-Collar Crime Punishment – This submission by MBA candidate Peter Kallas gives his view on white-collar. headlines in the business news, it seems that many people are looking for ways to make a quick buck and cut corners..