Professional ResponsibilityBy Terence E. Smolev and Christina Jonathan, New York Law Journal
Criminal Considerations for Fiduciaries
Terence E. Smolev and Christina Jonathan of Berkman Henoch Peterson Peddy & Fenchel write: Fiduciaries—both individual and corporate—run the risk of being charged with numerous crimes. Some crimes are intentionally committed, while some arise unintentionally but nevertheless create criminal liability. This article provides insight into some of the criminal charges fiduciaries may face.
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