The Resource Corporate crime in America : strengthening the "good citizen" corporation : proceedings of the Second Symposium on Crime and Punishment in the United States : September 7-8, 1995, Washington, D.C

Corporate crime in America : strengthening the "good citizen" corporation : proceedings of the Second Symposium on Crime and Punishment in the United States : September 7-8, 1995, Washington, D.C

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Corporate crime in America : strengthening the "good citizen" corporation : proceedings of the Second Symposium on Crime and Punishment in the United States : September 7-8, 1995, Washington, D.C
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Corporate crime in America
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strengthening the "good citizen" corporation : proceedings of the Second Symposium on Crime and Punishment in the United States : September 7-8, 1995, Washington, D.C
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Proceedings of the Second Symposium on Crime and Punishment in the United States
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illustrations
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KF9236.5.A75
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S98 1995 ONLINE
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1995
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Symposium on Crime and Punishment in the United States
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  • Conaboy, Richard P.
  • United States Sentencing Commission
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  • Criminal liability of juristic persons
  • Corporation law
  • Corporations
  • White collar crimes
  • Sentences (Criminal procedure)
  • Corporation law
  • Corporations
  • Criminal liability of juristic persons
  • Sentences (Criminal procedure)
  • White collar crimes
  • United States
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Corporate crime in America : strengthening the "good citizen" corporation : proceedings of the Second Symposium on Crime and Punishment in the United States : September 7-8, 1995, Washington, D.C
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Richard P. Conaboy, chairman, U.S. Sentencing Commission
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online resource
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  • moderator: Jeffrey M. Kaplan (Arkin Schaffer & Shapiro); Kenneth D. Martin, senior corporate counsel, Bank of Tokyo; John A. Meyers, senior vice president and associate general counsel, Tenet Healthcare Corporation
  • Sharing "best practices" information
  • moderator: Donald A. Purdy, Jr., chief deputy general counsel, U.S. Sentencing Commission.
  • The
  • Defense Industry Initiative (DII) : lessons learned
  • Alan R. Yuspeh (Howrey & Simon).
  • Telecommunications industry practice forum
  • Anne L. Gill, general attorney, Sprint.
  • Ethics Officers Association
  • W. Michael Hoffman, executive director, Ethics Officers Association.
  • Day one. Welcome and conference overview
  • Ombudsman Association
  • Thomas Furtado, corporate ombudsman, United Technologies Corporation --
  • Judge Richard P. Conaboy, chairman, U.S. Sentencing Commission
  • How the organizational guidelines work : an overview
  • moderator: Commissioner Wayne A. Budd, U.S. Sentencing Commission; L. Russell Burress, principal training advisor, U.S. Sentencing Commission; Julie R. O'Sullivan, associate professor, Georgetown University Law Center
  • The
  • Organizational guidelines' "carrot and stick" philosophy and their focus on "effective" compliance
  • Win Swenson, deputy general counsel/legislative counsel, U.S. Sentencing Commission
  • Where theory and reality converge : three corporate experiences in developing "effective" compliance programs
  • Update on cases
  • Carrots and sticks amid overlapping enforcement schemes and policies; finding government's message
  • The
  • Experiences and views of the enforcement community
  • Keynote address. Introduction
  • Commissioner Michael Gelacak, vice chairman, U.S. Sentencing Commission; speaker: Stephen L. Hammerman, vice chairman, Merrill Lynch & Co.
  • Privilege update : when should compliance practices be protected
  • In search of government's ideal role in fostering "good corporate citizenship"
  • Symposium wrap-up : commentary on ideas and issues raised during the Conference
  • Keynote address. Introduction
  • Judge A. David Mazzone, vice chairman, U.S. Sentencing Commission.
  • Speaker: Senator Edward M. Kennedy
  • A
  • Presentation of empirical research on compliance practices : what companies say they are doing, what employees hear
  • Evolving compliance standards : new models and proposals
  • Bringing carrots and sticks in house : the role of ethics, incentives, and private "inspectors general" in achieving "effective compliance
  • Day two. An
Control code
985471932
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1 online resource (various pagings)
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online
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computer
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rdamedia
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  • c
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illustrations
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remote
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(OCoLC)985471932
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Corporate crime in America : strengthening the "good citizen" corporation : proceedings of the Second Symposium on Crime and Punishment in the United States : September 7-8, 1995, Washington, D.C
Publication
Note
Richard P. Conaboy, chairman, U.S. Sentencing Commission
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • moderator: Jeffrey M. Kaplan (Arkin Schaffer & Shapiro); Kenneth D. Martin, senior corporate counsel, Bank of Tokyo; John A. Meyers, senior vice president and associate general counsel, Tenet Healthcare Corporation
  • Sharing "best practices" information
  • moderator: Donald A. Purdy, Jr., chief deputy general counsel, U.S. Sentencing Commission.
  • The
  • Defense Industry Initiative (DII) : lessons learned
  • Alan R. Yuspeh (Howrey & Simon).
  • Telecommunications industry practice forum
  • Anne L. Gill, general attorney, Sprint.
  • Ethics Officers Association
  • W. Michael Hoffman, executive director, Ethics Officers Association.
  • Day one. Welcome and conference overview
  • Ombudsman Association
  • Thomas Furtado, corporate ombudsman, United Technologies Corporation --
  • Judge Richard P. Conaboy, chairman, U.S. Sentencing Commission
  • How the organizational guidelines work : an overview
  • moderator: Commissioner Wayne A. Budd, U.S. Sentencing Commission; L. Russell Burress, principal training advisor, U.S. Sentencing Commission; Julie R. O'Sullivan, associate professor, Georgetown University Law Center
  • The
  • Organizational guidelines' "carrot and stick" philosophy and their focus on "effective" compliance
  • Win Swenson, deputy general counsel/legislative counsel, U.S. Sentencing Commission
  • Where theory and reality converge : three corporate experiences in developing "effective" compliance programs
  • Update on cases
  • Carrots and sticks amid overlapping enforcement schemes and policies; finding government's message
  • The
  • Experiences and views of the enforcement community
  • Keynote address. Introduction
  • Commissioner Michael Gelacak, vice chairman, U.S. Sentencing Commission; speaker: Stephen L. Hammerman, vice chairman, Merrill Lynch & Co.
  • Privilege update : when should compliance practices be protected
  • In search of government's ideal role in fostering "good corporate citizenship"
  • Symposium wrap-up : commentary on ideas and issues raised during the Conference
  • Keynote address. Introduction
  • Judge A. David Mazzone, vice chairman, U.S. Sentencing Commission.
  • Speaker: Senator Edward M. Kennedy
  • A
  • Presentation of empirical research on compliance practices : what companies say they are doing, what employees hear
  • Evolving compliance standards : new models and proposals
  • Bringing carrots and sticks in house : the role of ethics, incentives, and private "inspectors general" in achieving "effective compliance
  • Day two. An
Control code
985471932
Extent
1 online resource (various pagings)
Form of item
online
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)985471932

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