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Misprision of felony charges were brought against a corporation for the first time in 1996, when the government indicted Daiwa Bank, Ltd.
In particular, this Section will describe: the collective knowledge doctrine; the willful blindness doctrine; imputing liability in conspiracy cases imputing liability to corporations after mergers or dissolutions, and the misprision of felony doctrine.
2d at 409-10 (holding that defendant charged with misprision of felony is not immunized by governmental knowledge).
Finally, Daiwa pointed out that similarly situated companies had taken longer to disclose employee fraud but had not been prosecuted for misprision of felony.
In 1996, a corporation was charged with misprision of felony for the first time,(71) when the United States government handed down a twenty-four count criminal indictment against Daiwa Bank, Ltd.
In 1996, a corporation was charged with misprision of felony for the first time,(73) when the United States government handed down a twenty-four count criminal indictment against Daiwa Bank, Ltd.
Although the doctrine of misprision of felony is firmly established
The offense of misprision of felony, as defined in Israeli law, is exceptional in being an offense of omission that imposes a duty to inform the police of another's intention to commit a felony or a duty to take other reasonable steps to prevent that felony.
FEINBERG pled guilty on March 27, 2000 to one count of conspiracy to commit workers' compensation insurance fraud involving two Massachusetts roofing companies, and to one count of misprision of felony relating to the commission of pension fraud and embezzlement from a Boston roofing union's pension funds.
holding defendant charged with misprision of felony is not immunized by
The exception is misprision of felony, which criminalizes only the former.
corporations after mergers or dissolutions, the misprision of felony doctrine; the willful blindness doctrine, and the collective knowledge