Friday, April 21, 2006

How Prosecutors Secure Corporate Cooperation

The University of Maryland held a Roundtable yesterday called the Criminalization of Corporate Law. (see here). David B. Anders, a former Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York who handled the Ebbers and Quattrone cases was the keynote speaker.  Larry Ribstein at Ideoblog here does a wonderful job of capturing some of the comments made by this speaker. This is definitely worth reading.  Does it bother anyone that corporations have become mini-prosecutors that serve up the government its employees?

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