COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE AND CORPORATE LIABILITY
In many countries, corporations can be criminally tried and convicted for crimes committed in their interest by individual directors, managers, and even low-level employees.
This course will be dedicated to a comparative study of different models of assessing responsibility for crimes committed to benefit corporate interests. Mainly, the focus will be on Italian and Anglo-American systems of corporate criminal liability, but also on laws of some european countries, to highlight both common features and differences between the various jurisdictions.
Italian and Anglo-American systems of corporate criminal liability
The course will be held in English. Textbooks and materials will be indicated during the course.