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.


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



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