Corporate Fraud: Civil and Criminal Consequences of a Decade of Financial Collapses

USC Gould School of Law Corporate Fraud & Government Investigations Forum
03.09.2016
Los Angeles, CA

David Graeler was a guest lecturer for the 2016 Spring Course, "Corporate Fraud: Civil and Criminal Consequences of a Decade of Financial Collapses," taught by Robert Fairbank at University of Southern California Gould School of Law. 

This course was an introduction to the real world issues of major civil and criminal corporate fraud.  The goal was to examine the "lessons learned" from corporate frauds of the "Enron Era" (2001-06) and the "Financial Crisis Era" (2007-Present) with many of the top practitioners in the field.

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