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B557 White Collar Crime

Description Deterring and recognizing crimes within organizations is a growing part of the corporate and in-house lawyer's work. The individual tasks that lawyers perform include identifying vulnerabilities, responding to alleged incidents and hiring outsiders or assigning insiders to find facts, and dealing with the repercussions of these crimes. Sensitivity to these types of crimes makes lawyers more valuable to their corporate clients and serves the public's interest. Scholarly and trade literature on various white collar crimes is available to help students understand the complexity of identifying and prosecuting these cases.

Faculty S. Hughes

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