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Corporations and criminal responsibility

by Celia Wells

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.,
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Criminal liability of juristic persons -- Great Britain,
    • Corporation law -- Great Britain -- Criminal provisions

    • Edition Notes

      StatementCelia Wells.
      Series[Oxford monographs on criminal law and justice], Oxford monographs on criminal law and criminal justice.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKD7892.5 .W45 2001
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 198 p. ;
      Number of Pages198
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3966682M
      ISBN 100198267932, 019924619X
      LC Control Number2001272209

      Corporate criminal liability: a treatise on the criminal liability of corporations, their officers and agents / by Kathleen F. Brickey. KF B74 V.3 Corporate misconduct: the legal, societal, and management issues / edited by Margaret P. Spencer, Ronald R. Sims. historical evolution of corporate criminal liability shows that corporate criminal liability is consistent with the principles of criminal law and the nature of corporations. Furthermore, the historical development of corporate criminal liability reveals that criminal liability of corporations is File Size: KB.

      CORPORATE CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY. Criminal prosecutions of corporations and other fictional entities have occurred routinely in the United Kingdom since the nineteenth century and in the United States since the beginning of the twentieth century. During the later portion of the twentieth century the Netherlands, Canada, and France enacted standards for holding fictional entities criminally. [Dr. Philipp Ambach is the Special Assistant to the President of the International Criminal Court. The views expressed are those of the author alone and cannot be attributed the International Criminal Court.] The vast majority of armed conflicts of our times is, if not based on, at least closely tied with the economic interests of the belligerent parties or stakeholders.

      The Criminal Liability of Corporations and Other Groups () 9 Ottawa Law Review Wells, Celia. Corporations and Criminal Responsibility (2nd edition), Oxford University Press, Oxford (). ISBN ; Wells, Celia. "Corporate Criminal Liability in Europe and Beyond. New South Wales Law Society Journal, 39 () Wells.   Amy Sepinwall: The book in many instances pursues, at a fairly high level of abstraction, thinking theoretically about corporate moral responsibility. But it’s motivated by these instances of.


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This chapter discusses the concept of corporate crime and corporate criminal responsibility. It also describes two major theories of corporate criminal liability: identification and imputation.

Under the identification theory, the basis for liability is that the acts of certain natural persons are. Corporate Criminal Liability: An Overview of Federal Law Congressional Research Service 1 Introduction Under federal law, corporations or most other legal entities may be criminally liable for the crimes of their employees and agents.1 This is true in the case of regulatory offenses, like crimes.

CORPORATIONS, CRIME AND ACCOUNTABILITY1 Brent Fisse Faculty of Law University of Sydney OUTLINE 1. Two basic questions Allocation of individual and corporate responsibility for corporate crime Who should be held responsible for corporate crime where, as is often the case, the corporations involved are large or medium sized and where literally.

This book offers readers a provocative brief for the case that corporations are in fact not a sustainable enterprise, and that their inherently criminal and criminogenic nature must be fully recognized.— David O.

Friedrichs, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books (Rutgers University). The core notion that serves as a basic point of departure for this book – that corporations are criminal – is not per se a new claim. By some lights, it is quite an old claim. Inone hundred and seventy years ago, Friedrich Engels published The Condition of the Working Class in England.

In criminology, corporate crime refers to crimes committed either by a corporation (i.e., a business entity having a separate legal personality from the natural persons that manage its activities), or by individuals acting on behalf of a corporation or other business entity (see vicarious liability and corporate liability).For the worst corporate crimes, corporations may face judicial.

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