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Individual Liability Of Agents For Corporate Crimes Under The Proposed Federal Criminal Code, Stephen D. Goodwin May 1978

Individual Liability Of Agents For Corporate Crimes Under The Proposed Federal Criminal Code, Stephen D. Goodwin

Vanderbilt Law Review

In discussing the contours of individual liability under section 403, this Note has not attempted to criticize the section's draftsmanship or counsel against its adoption. The philosophy of liability reflected in section 403 wisely avoids the imposition of vicarious liability on corporate officials. The defendant's personal misconduct, failure to act, or reckless failure to supervise invoke the sanctions of the provisions. In addition, subsections (b) and (c) provide a theoretical underpinning for punishing omissions that is preferable to the indicia of artificial "participation" relied upon in former state and federal cases.

This Note has also attempted to establish ...


Misrepresentation - Part Ii, Fleming James, Oscar S. Gray Jan 1978

Misrepresentation - Part Ii, Fleming James, Oscar S. Gray

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


The Hidden Tax Trap Of I.R.C. Section 6672, Stephen J. Vasek Jan 1978

The Hidden Tax Trap Of I.R.C. Section 6672, Stephen J. Vasek

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Ingram V. Pettit, 340 So. 2d 922 (Fla. 1976), Charles Law Early, Jr. Jan 1978

Ingram V. Pettit, 340 So. 2d 922 (Fla. 1976), Charles Law Early, Jr.

Florida State University Law Review

Tort Law- NEGLIGENT INTOXICATED DRIVER LIABLE FOR PUNITIVE DAMAGES WITHOUT PROOF OF ABNORMAL OR RECKLESS DRIVING.


An Insurer's Liability To Third Parties For Negligent Inspection, Michael Braden Jan 1978

An Insurer's Liability To Third Parties For Negligent Inspection, Michael Braden

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


A Unified Multinational Approach To The Application Of Tort And Contract Principles To Outer Space, Hamilton Desaussure, P.P.C. Haanappel Jan 1978

A Unified Multinational Approach To The Application Of Tort And Contract Principles To Outer Space, Hamilton Desaussure, P.P.C. Haanappel

Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce

As the number of multinational corporations exploiting the regions of outer space for commercial reasons, and the number of nongovernmental spacefarers increase, some systematic approach to the application of substantive legal rules for the settlement of disputes generated by extraterrestrial events, particularly outer space accidents and contractual deviations, will have to be formulated.


Constitutional Law--Due Process And Equal Protection--Price-Anderson Act's $560,000,000 Limit On Liability From A Nuclear Power Plant Accident Is Unconstitutional, Michael Fitzgerald Jan 1978

Constitutional Law--Due Process And Equal Protection--Price-Anderson Act's $560,000,000 Limit On Liability From A Nuclear Power Plant Accident Is Unconstitutional, Michael Fitzgerald

Fordham Urban Law Journal

Article summarizes Carolina Environmental Study Group v United States Atomic Energy Commission and congressional intent of the Price-Anderson Act. Article then speculates that the Price-Anderson Act will be found to be unconstitutional by the Supreme Court


An Attorney's Liability To Third Perties: The Expanding Field Of Malpractice Jan 1978

An Attorney's Liability To Third Perties: The Expanding Field Of Malpractice

Nova Law Review

Malpractice suits against attorneys have increased dramatically in the last decade.