Annual Survey of White Collar Crime
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The Annual Survey of White Collar Crime is an issue put forth each year by the American Criminal Law Review. It can be purchased alone, but it is also part of a full-year subscription to the American Criminal Law Review. You can order directly from our office by selecting the appropriate option from the drop-down menu by American Criminal Law Review on our Subscription Order Form.
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The Editor-in-Chief of this issue, Galen Kast, provides an overview of the contents in his Editor's Note:
Every year, the Annual Survey provides an extensively sourced overview of twenty different areas in white collar crime. For the covered topics, the articles provide an easy-to-read introduction that includes the elements of each crime and the relevant statutes and common law developments. The articles also feature in-depth coverage of ambiguities in the law, disagreements between the courts, and numerous other legislative and administrative developments that are relevant to judges, defense attorneys, prosecutors, academics, and students.
This year’s Annual Survey opens with an introductory article by Michael P. Kelly and Ruth E. Mandelbaum, of the law firm Hogan Lovells US LLP. The article features a detailed examination of the recent Yates Memorandum and its potential conflict with the judiciary’s growing concerns about over-criminalization. The authors’ careful analysis illuminates the Yates Memorandum’s future impact on prosecutors, defense attorneys, corporations, and individuals, and the problems and questions that are likely to arise as the directives of the Yates Memorandum are applied to new and upcoming cases.