White Collar Crime and Business Fraud
2015-2016 School of Law Academic Catalog
   

LAW 665 - White Collar Crime and Business Fraud

Credits, 2 sem. hrs.
This course will examine how business fraud, white collar crime, and regulatory violations are investigated and litigated in the courts and in administrative proceedings. This course will focus on the role played by various law enforcement agencies in conducting investigations and how prosecutors work with agencies to develop a case. Case studies will allow students to understand the strategies employed by prosecutors and defense counsel in preparing and presenting their cases, applicable penalties, and how negotiations are conducted during the course of the proceeding.




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