- Examining the Law Commission’s corporate crime reform ideas
- The existing law
- The options for reform
- Options addressing the identification doctrine
- Options seeking to extend the use of the failure to prevent model
- Options relating to the sentencing of non-natural persons
- What does this mean?
- What next?
Law360, Expert analysis: The Law Commission's recent recommendation of changes to corporate criminal law is a pragmatic attempt to address the practical shortcomings with the existing identification doctrine, and is likely to be welcomed by both companies and the agencies that would be enforcing it, say Alun Milford and Matthew Burn at Kingsley Napley.
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