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ISBN(s) 978-3-319-78561-5   978-3-319-78562-2
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-78562-2
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Calling to Answer?

This final chapter reinforces our contention that corporate crime is crime and ought to be dealt with as such. The reality, however, is that this is not the case; indeed, corporate prosecutions are relatively rare. Part of the problem here is the inadequacy of corporate criminal liability laws in th... see more

Deferred Prosecution Agreements: In Practice

This chapter explores the use of Deferred Prosecution Agreements in practice, analysing the four DPAs that have been negotiated to date.

Deferred Prosecution Agreements: Law and Policy

This chapter examines the law and policy relating to the implementation of Deferred Prosecution Agreements. This chapter examines the legal framework and considers the advantages and disadvantages of DPAs.

Civil Recovery Orders: Law, Policy and Practice

This chapter explores the development of civil recovery as an enforcement tool in the context of corporate crime. It explores the preference for ‘civil settlement’, with the consequence that corporate wrongdoers can avoid criminal prosecution. A number of concerns are explored in this regard. This c... see more

Negotiated Justice and Enforcement Legitimacy

This chapter situates our discussion within the conceptual frameworks of ‘negotiated justice’ and ‘legitimacy’. This chapter sets out the framework for understanding the legitimacy of enforcement responses to corporate crime, laying the groundwork for discussion of Civil Recovery Orders and Deferred... see more

Negotiated Justice and Corporate Crime: An Introduction and Overview

This chapter provides an overview of the book and the contention that ‘accommodation’ of corporate crime—rather than criminal prosecution—is increasingly the ‘new normal’.

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