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Fourteenth Survey of White Collar Crime

NCJ Number
American Criminal Law Review Volume: 36 Issue: 3 Dated: Summer 1999 Pages: 337-1201
Tanya Epstein
Date Published
870 pages
These 23 papers provide an overview of the major laws on white-collar crime and review significant legislative changes to the laws, as well as developments in the courts and administrative agencies.
An introductory essay explains the differences between grand-jury secrecy rules and investigative secrecy in general, as well as the implications of grand jury secrecy for the prosecution of white-collar crime. The discussion highlights the handling of white-collar defendants and explores some of the reasons for and against this disparate handling. Additional papers focus on antitrust violations, computer crimes, corporate criminal liability, employment-related crimes, environmental crimes, false claims, and false statements. Further papers examine Federal criminal conflict of interest, Federal criminal conspiracy, Federal Food and Drug Act violations, financial institutions fraud, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Other papers discuss health care fraud, independent counsel investigations, intellectual property crimes, mail and wire fraud, money laundering, obstruction of justice, perjury, procedural issues, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations law, securities fraud, and tax violations. For individual papers, see NCJ-178076-178099. Footnotes


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