LAW 2714 - Criminal Law in the Workplace
This course addresses criminal statutes that impact employers and employees in a business setting. It is designed to provide insight to students interested in the criminal, labor, employment and commercial fields to better enable them to advise clients as to possible liabilities and regulatory pitfalls. Those interested in workers’ rights advocacy will learn how to work with government agencies in charge of protecting workers and their wages. Prospective criminal practitioners who have an interest in white collar crime will gain knowledge of how to prosecute and defend criminal cases involving businesses and their employees, as well as strategies employed during investigations of business and corporate clients or targets. The course reviews corporate criminal liability, various theories of larceny, and the criminal statutes most commonly violated by businesses and their principals. Students will also learn about the various criminal laws designed to address wage and benefit theft, as well as tax crimes committed by multi-employee businesses.
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