Category Archive: White Collar Crime

Aug 30

Creating a Valuable Training “Program”

We all know the scene but choose to ignore it – a senior employee or manager is taking an online training course and is talking on the phone, writing emails and basically ignoring the training session. Why? Because it has no importance to the employee’s job. It is irrelevant but something he or she has …

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Aug 22

Internet Content Changes White-Collar Criminal Litigation Tactics | New Jersey Law Journal

The federal government engages in certain tactics to reduce the effort associated with white-collar criminal litigation. Among the most criticized are the government’s efforts to pressure corporations to waive the attorney-client privilege or work-product protection. Internet content and related metadata (i.e., data about data) has ameliorated or eliminated the necessity for corporations to waive the …

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Aug 22

$180 Million Bank Fine Is First Fallout From Panama Papers | WSHU

Banking regulators in New York have issued the first fines stemming from the leaked Panama Papers. Mega Bank of Taiwan will have to pay $180 million for ignoring possible money laundering. This is expected to be the first of many penalties related to the discovery of widespread tax avoidance. The leaked documents showed how one …

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