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.
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.