Criminal Law / Business Crimes
The National Law Review provides stories, news, and the latest litigation which is unfolding, in relation to crimes which are committed in the normal course of business. From C-level executives getting caught in investment schemes and fraud to shareholders suing board members for misusing company funds, readers will find these and other stories related to the criminal law sector in the course of business.
Insider trading, investment fraud, advisory fraud, bribery and corruption, anti-money laundering campaigns, victim restitution, and criminal prosecutions by government agencies including the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Department of Justice (DOJ), are among the leading stories covered by the National Law Review. Whistleblower claims against major corporations and employers, enforcement actions, and governing laws including the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, which were intended to prevent fraud and corruption, are also detailed on the National Law Review for readers.
When investigations against individuals or corporations are being conducted, when there is new legislation in the business sector, or when news stories in the United States and international realms break, visitors can find these stories on the National Law Review. In addition to the national coverage of business crimes, international crimes committed in the European Union, United Kingdom, Russia, China, and other major countries around the world can also be found on the site. Additionally, cases related to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act legislation and updates to this long-standing legislation, as well as enforcement actions involving this law, are analyzed by the legal experts who write for the National Law Review.
For the latest news, stories, and complex business crimes and schemes, visitors will find these stories on National Law Review. New articles are published daily, so visitors will always find the latest information, upcoming legislation, and read about litigation as it is unfolding in the United States and around the world under the business-crimes area of law.
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