Less than the Least

Entries from Less than the Least tagged with 'Corporate Crime'

Spitzer, Bear Stearns and the Uses of Corporate Criminal Law--Skeel

Bill speculated several days ago that prosecutors’ use of criminal law to pursue the executives of firms that go spectacularly bust may often serve no other purpose than to discourage firms from engaging in the kinds of risks that...

Punishing Corporate Crime--Stuntz

David’s post about Spitzer and his excesses prompts a thought: I wonder whether those excesses might be hard-wired into the enterprise of prosecuting corporate crime. Think about it this way. Thieves who never quite manage to steal anything aren’t likely...