Business, Law and Justice of White Collar Crime

While they don’t typically lead to physical violence, white collar crimes - or frauds perpetrated by business and government officials for financial, personal, or business advantages (Federal Bureau of Investigation) - do lead to devastating consequences for individuals, companies, and society as a whole.

National headlines from the past several decades, featuring key words like “Enron,” “Bernie Madoff,” ”The 2008 Global Recession,” and “insider trading” reveal the many impacts that white collar crime has had from the worlds of economics and politics, to individual lives and personal finances. White collar crimes cost the US government, alone, hundreds of billions of dollars in damages each year (Cornell Law School).

On top of the consequences of white collar crime, offenders are often highly educated and rely on the technical expertise they have gained through their occupation. With more workers entering positions that make it easier to commit white collar crime, combined with the rise of computer technology and fraud committed online, the opportunities for white collar crime are expanding, and will continue to expand in the near future (Oxford Research Encyclopedias).

It is, therefore, imperative to better understand, prepare for, and report on white collar crime in order to stay ahead of future perpetrators.

If you are interested in any of the following topics…

  • current trends in white collar crime, 
  • economic and social costs of white collar crime, 
  • how the FBI and local law enforcement combat white collar crime 
  • how individuals and companies can prepare for and protect themselves against harm
  • how the internet has created new opportunities for fraud 

…this webinar is for you! Register now for the Business, Law, and Justice of White Collar Crime Webinar

Event Info

In this webinar, you will have the opportunity to hear from experts involved in a wide variety of fields, including regulator agencies, federal and local law enforcement, and attorneys specializing in white collar offenses.

Join us on Wednesday, February 23, 2022 from 12:00PM-1:30PM Eastern Time to explore the facets of white collar crime, regulation, and prevention. Register here today!

Click here to find more information about this webinar, view the full list of panelists, and access previous entries in the Expert Webinars series.


This webinar is hosted in partnership with the Rohrer College of Business Graduate Programs and Rowan University’s Law and Justice Studies Department.

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