Aspen Publishing

White Collar Crime: Law, Procedure, Theory, and Practice

Michael L. Seigel


  • ISBN: 9780735596511

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  • Description

    As reflected in its title, this book provides concise yet comprehensive coverage of the most important issues arising out of modern day WCC, including in-depth examinations of (1) the most widely used WCC statutes and regulations; (2) the aspects of criminal procedure, such as the use of grand juries, that are particularly pertinent to the practice of WCC; (3) the sociology and psychology connected to White Collar Crime; and (4) practical considerations in the prosecution and defense of WCC.

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    Page Count 696
    Published 11/21/2011
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    Summary of Contents

    Chapter 1. What is White Collar Crime and Who Commits It?

    Chapter 2. Criminal Liability in the Corporate (Collective Entity) Setting

    Chapter 3. Conspiracy, 18 U.S.C. § 371

    Chapter 4. Mail and Wire Fraud, 18 U.S.C. § 1341, 1343 & 1346

    Chapter 5. Bank Fraud

    Chapter 6. Securities Fraud and Related Offenses

    Chapter 7. False Statements and False Claims

    Chapter 8. Perjury and False Declarations

    Chapter 9. Obstruction of Justice

    Chapter 10. Public Corruption

    Chapter 11. Investigating White Collar Crime

    Chapter 12. Defending Accused White Collar Criminals

    Chapter 13. Parallel Civil and Criminal Proceedings

    Chapter 14. Sanctions

  • Author Information

    Michael Seigel

    Michael Seigel is a member of the faculty at the University of Florida.

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