Womble Bond Dickinson Partner Luke Cass and Senior Counsel Michael Clark are co-authors of White Collar Crime, 3d., a multi-volume Thomson Reuters resource guide. 

White Collar Crime provides guidance in protecting clients charged with white collar crimes both during an investigation and prior to the retention of legal counsel. The authors cover:

  • Substantive and procedural law, citing 6,000-plus cases;
  • Corporate vulnerability, inquiry, and responsibility;
  • Privileges and immunity;
  • Mitigation of exposure in bankruptcy privileges;
  • Preindictment, including grand jury;
  • Subpoenas, privileges, immunity, and parallel proceedings;
  • Procedural attacks, strategies, ethics, and attorney fees; and
  • Sentencing, pretrial diversion, and bail.

Numerous white collar crimes are discussed, including mail, wire, and securities fraud; bank and tax crimes; obstruction of justice; intellectual property crimes; and antitrust offenses. Cass and Clark will succeed recently deceased author Joel Androphy as co-authors of this edition. Their updates are scheduled to be made in 2024.

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In addition, Clark has replaced Professor Peter Henning as the editor-in-chief of another Thomson Reuters multi-volume treatise, Corporate Criminal Liability (3d ed.).

Corporate Criminal Liability explains how the general principles of criminal law apply in the corporate setting; presents strategies to minimize liability; and analyzes in detail the critical components of liability under RICO, CERCLA, RLRA, the Hobbs Act, the Hatch Act, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

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