Corporate killing law caught in crossfire

Arkin, Anat
March 1996
People Management;3/21/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 6, p10
Deals with the proposals of the Law Commission to fine companies for management failures that result in death. Comments of Trades Union Congress' (TUC) officers about the proposals; Arguments against imposing custodial sentences for corporate killing; Way to ensure that companies change their behavior; How heavy fines for companies would be an effective way of dealing with corporate killings.


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