Author Archives: Charles Wood

Fla. L. Rev. Forum

Cassandra Burke Robertson Low Sanctions, High Costs: The Risk to Democratic Freedom Response to Irina D. Manta, The High Cost of Low Sanctions Professor Irina Manta deftly combines insights from behavioral economics, political theory, and legal analysis in her piece The … Continue reading

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Gregory Dolin, M.D. Googling Down the Cost of Low Sanctions Response to Irina D. Manta, The High Cost of Low Sanctions When we as a society decide that a particular conduct is problematic, we are faced with a choice of how … Continue reading

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Peter J. Henning Dealing With Corporate Misconduct Response to Lawrence A. Cunningham, Deferred Prosecutions and Corporate Governance: An Integrated Approach to Investigation and Reform The standard method, these days, to resolve a criminal investigation of a corporation, particularly those with publicly … Continue reading

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Clark D. Asay Keeping Low Sanctions Low Response to Irina D. Manta, The High Cost of Low Sanctions In her thoughtful new article, The High Cost of Low Sanctions, Professor Irina D. Manta provides a useful analysis of the (often) unanticipated … Continue reading

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Brandon L. Garrett Rehabilitating Corporations Response to Lawrence A. Cunningham, Deferred Prosecutions and Corporate Governance: An Integrated Approach to Investigation and Reform Blockbuster corporate fines grab headlines, but corporate criminal prosecutions have rapidly evolved far beyond using monetary penalties to punish complex … Continue reading

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Chad Flanders Further Reflections on the Pardoning Power: Reply to Hoskins and Drinan Response to Zachary Hoskins, Problematic Pardoning Patterns and Cara H. Drinan, Where Pardons are Concerned, Second Best Might Not Be So Bad After All: A Response to Chad Flanders First, let … Continue reading

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