Employee Liability for Corporate Misconduct--Elizabeth Warren Style: Can Negligence Become Criminal?


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Elizabeth Warren’s recently proposed legislation, the Corporate Executive Accountability Act, which if passed, will hold corporate executives criminally responsible for failing to prevent criminal and civil law violations by their company.
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