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Corporate and White Collar Crime : Cases and Materials - 4th edition

Corporate and White Collar Crime : Cases and Materials (ISBN10: 0735556164; ISBN13: 9780735556164)
ISBN13: 978-0735556164
ISBN10: 0735556164

Summary: With an emphasis on substantive law, this extensively revised casebook provides comprehensive coverage of major white-collar crime statutes in the federal criminal code, securities laws, and environmental statutes, as well as sentencing principles under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines. CORPORATE AND WHITE COLLAR CRIME: Cases and Materials, Fourth Edition, shows students what white 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 field and has served as a consultant to the U.S. Sentencing Commission, draws on her extensive experience to present a revealing and realistic account of the law
  • distinctive focus on major white-collar crime statutes allows timely and topical coverage of contemporary substantive law issues
  • clear and concise expository introductions illuminate the contexts of the cases that follow
  • well edited and carefully selected cases (the best teaching cases ) are reinforced by provocative notes and questions that stimulate lively classroom discussion
  • skillfully written problems throughout the book enrich understanding of the cases and challenge students to apply substantive law principles to hypotheticals that test the outer bounds of the principal cases
  • recent Justice Department prosecution guidelines provide an excellent platform for exploring policy considerations relating to prosecuting corporations and their officers and executives
  • a detailed Teacher s Manual supplies specific guidance on discussion and analysis of casebook problems, notes, and questions
The Fourth Edition incorporates new material on:
  • recent corporate fraud prosecutions, including those of Arthur Andersen, Martha Stewart, and Bernie Ebbers
  • Sarbanes-Oxley statutes relating to conspiracy, securities fraud, and obstruction of justice
  • important Supreme Court decisions that invalidate the Federal Sentencing Guidelines (Booker) and Arthur Andersen s obstruction of justice conviction (Andersen), as well as high Court decisions relating to conspiracy (Jimenez Recio), mail fraud (Pasquantino), and federal program bribery (Sabri)
  • significant appellate court decisions
...show more
Summary: With an emphasis on substantive law, this extensively revised casebook provides comprehensive coverage of major white-collar crime statutes in the federal criminal code, securities laws, and environmental statutes, as well as sentencing principles under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines. CORPORATE AND WHITE COLLAR CRIME: Cases and Materials, Fourth Edition, shows students what white 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 field and has served as a consultant to the U.S. Sentencing Commission, draws on her extensive experience to present a revealing and realistic account of the law
  • distinctive focus on major white-collar crime statutes allows timely and topical coverage of contemporary substantive law issues
  • clear and concise expository introductions illuminate the contexts of the cases that follow
  • well edited and carefully selected cases (the best teaching cases ) are reinforced by provocative notes and questions that stimulate lively classroom discussion
  • skillfully written problems throughout the book enrich understanding of the cases and challenge students to apply substantive law principles to hypotheticals that test the outer bounds of the principal cases
  • recent Justice Department prosecution guidelines provide an excellent platform for exploring policy considerations relating to prosecuting corporations and their officers and executives
  • a detailed Teacher s Manual supplies specific guidance on discussion and analysis of casebook problems, notes, and questions
The Fourth Edition incorporates new material on:
  • recent corporate fraud prosecutions, including those of Arthur Andersen, Martha Stewart, and Bernie Ebbers
  • Sarbanes-Oxley statutes relating to conspiracy, securities fraud, and obstruction of justice
  • important Supreme Court decisions that invalidate the Federal Sentencing Guidelines (Booker) and Arthur Andersen s obstruction of justice conviction (Andersen), as well as high Court decisions relating to conspiracy (Jimenez Recio), mail fraud (Pasquantino), and federal program bribery (Sabri)
  • significant appellate court decisions
...show less

Edition/Copyright: 4TH 06
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Publisher: Aspen Law
Year Published: 2006
International: No

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