Fraud Report Finds Corporate Corruption on the Rise

, Corporate Counsel


The 2013/2014 edition of Kroll's "Global Fraud Report" states that corporate corruption is on the rise after it took a dip in 2012. But that might just be a matter of perception.

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  • Ethan S. Burger

    Corporate corruption will probably continue to rise so long as (i) culpable individuals and their enablers are not prosecuted/sued under Civil RICO and (ii) the penalties for white collar crimes remain ridiculously minor in light of the harm caused society.

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