The announcement of the proposed Remediation Agreement Regime is a long awaited step towards a more flexible and responsive criminal justice regime for organizations accused of criminal misconduct, and puts Canada on an equal playing field with jurisdictions around the world.
An interesting interview with Eugene Soltes, the Jakurski Family Associate Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, appeared in the Harvard Business School’s Working Knowledge publication. According to the school, “his research focuses on how individuals and organizations confront and overcome challenging situations”. "Why White-Collar Criminals Commit Their Crimes" is an ‘author interview’, Soltes having written Why they do it: Inside the mind of the white-collar criminal. I have not read the book, but suggest that those with continuing responsibility for detecting and/or investigating fraud might want to do so.
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