Corporate Criminal Law Doesn’t Exist

By Russell Mokhiber, Corporate Crime Reporter. -

That’s the conclusion of two rising young stars in the corporate crime academic world – Iowa Law School Professor Mihailis Diamantis and Michigan Ross School of Business Professor Will Thomas in [...]

Collapsing Federal Corporate Crime Enforcement

By Ralph Nader, Counter Punch. -

Despite constant exposés in the mainstream media – still only reporting the tip of the iceberg – neither members of Congress nor presidents from the Republican and Democratic parties have raised [...]

Dakota Access Pipeline Company Is Abusing The Judicial System To Silence Dissent

By Nicola Morrow, ACLU -

In a win for free speech, a federal court in North Dakota recently dismissed a baseless $900 million lawsuit brought by the Dakota Access Pipeline company against Greenpeace and a number of [...]

While Poverty & Inequality Grow Theft By The Wealthy Not Prosecuted In The US

By Rick Claypool, Public Citizen -

In the “tough on crime” story President Donald Trump likes to tell about himself, he’s a “law and order” tough guy fighting to save “the forgotten men and women” from the scourge of “American [...]

Nader Activists Call On Sessions To Create Corporate Crime Database And Annual Report

By Russell Mokhiber, -

A group of activists led by Ralph Nader is calling on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to create an annual corporate crime database and annual report. “For street crime, the FBI oversees the [...]

Cambridge Analytica Docs Reveal Private Intelligence Global Surveillance Program

By Max Blumenthal, The Grayzone -

The proposal the Chamber of Commerce was considering was to "target, track, and neutralize people, organizations, and companies" that were challenging the Chamber of Commerce. As part of the [...]

Private Corporation May Be Sued For Role In Abu Ghraib Torture

By Staff, -

February 21, 2018, Alexandria, VA – Today, a Virginia federal judge ruled that the treatment of three Iraqi individuals formerly detained at the infamous “hard site” at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq [...]

Big Banks Are Committing Major Crimes Against The Climate

By Alison Kirsch, -

By Alison Kirsch for AlterNet - At the start of next week, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the U.N.'s negotiating body on climate change, will meet in Germany to [...]

New Tool For Preventing Workplace Deaths

By Russell Mokhiber, -

By Russell Mokhiber of Corporate Crime Report - The database catalogues state criminal prosecutions against companies and individuals whose actions caused a worker’s death or serious injury. The [...]

Going Soft On Corporate Crime A Bipartisan Affair

By Russell Mokhiber, -

By Russell Mokhiber for Corporate Crime Reporter - Donald Trump is not a fan of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the law that says it’s illegal for any person — corporate or human — to [...]

Justice Department’s Corporate Crime Watchdog Resigns

By David Sirota, -

By David Sirota for International Business Times - One of the Justice Department’s top corporate crime watchdogs has resigned, declaring that she cannot enforce ethics laws against companies [...]

Victims Of Death Squads Can Sue Chiquita Executives

By Valentina Stackl, -

By Valentina Stackl for Earth Rights International - In a victory for accountability for corporate crimes, families of those murdered by Colombian paramilitary death squads can proceed with a [...]

Newsletter – Building Toward Political Revolution

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese for Popular Resistance. Of course, we also know the Panama Papers leak is about just one tax evasion firm, and not a major one. This is a small tip of a [...]

Corporate Pollution Poisons Upstate NY Town’s Water

By Andy Cush, -

By Andy Cush for Gawker - The New York Times today has a good recap of the situation in Hoosick Falls, New York, a small city outside Albany that has been contending with its own Flint-style [...]

17 Of The Worst Corporate Crimes In 2015

By Phil Mattera for Dirt Diggers Digest. The ongoing corporate crime wave showed no signs of abating in 2015. BP paid a record $20 billion to settle the remaining civil charges relating to the [...]

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