Punishing White-Collar Crime Today Enron, WorldCom, Adelphia: White-collar crime sparks public indignation, but proving it is another matter. In court, these cases turn out to be extraordinarily complex, and smoking guns are hard to find.
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Punishing White-Collar Crime Today

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Punishing White-Collar Crime Today

Punishing White-Collar Crime Today

Punishing White-Collar Crime Today

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Enron, WorldCom, Adelphia: White-collar crime sparks public indignation, but proving it is another matter. In court, these cases turn out to be extraordinarily complex, and smoking guns are hard to find.

Guests:

Samuel Buell, law professor at the University of Texas; former federal prosecutor who took the Arthur Andersen Case

Jacob Frenkel, former prosecutor, SEC enforcement lawyer; defense attorney specializing in white-collar crime and SEC matters at Shulman Rogers Gandal Pordy & Ecker

Pamela Bucy, professor of law at University of Alabama School of Law; author, White Collar Practice