California White Collar Crime and Business Litigation - 6th Edition
Authored by two leading California authorities on economic crime and business law, Thomas Papageorge and Robert Fellmeth.
This comprehensive reference is on the desks of many of the state's most respected criminal and civil practitioners. No other single volume covers all forms of substantive economic crimes and civil offenses and the procedural issues important in California business law:
- Complex Theft and Embezzlement
- Antitrust and unfair Competition
- Consumer Fraud and Unfair Trade Practices
- Securities Offenses
- Business & Investment Opportunities
- Real Estate, Construction, and Predatory Lending
- High Technology Crime
- Commercial Bribery and Unlawful Rebates
- Tax Law Violations
- Environmental, Health & Regulatory Violations
- Political Crimes and Racketeering
- Corporation/Officer Liability
- Search Warrants, Administrative Subpoenas, the Grand Jury, Undercover Investigations, and many other procedural issues
Completely updated, with 1,108 pages plus an extensive index. Expanded or new sections address California antitrust and Unfair Competition Law developments, changes in consumer standing and remedies, new high technology crimes, evolving ID theft issues, real estate fraud, including recent predatory lending and related fraud schemes, new political/election law doctrines, and many others.ISBN: 9781733930277
Number of pages: 1,108
Published: March 2020
Thomas A. Papageorge
A graduate of UCLA and Harvard Law School, Tom Papageorge supervised the Consumer Protection Division of the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office from 1984 to 2009, and now heads the Consumer Protection Unit of his hometown San Diego District Attorney’s Office.
Former FTC Regional Director and former chair of the California State Bar Antitrust and Unfair Competition Section, he has taught the antitrust and white collar crime courses at Whittier Law School since 1982.
Robert C. Fellmeth
Robert Fellmeth, a graduate of Stanford and Harvard Law School, is Price Professor of Public Interest Law at USD. He worked with Ralph Nader during the early consumer movement and served as a deputy district attorney, creating the nation’s first local antitrust unit.
He is founder of the Center for Public Interest Law and has contributed to 14 books, 150 articles, 30 statutes, and has argued 40 published appellate cases.
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