Criminal Business Law
Overview of the following sub-areas and selected legal issues: Prosecution of and combating white-collar crime, criminal liability and impunity, sanctions, typical general white-collar offences, special abuse offences, creditor protection offences, accounting offences, money laundering, corruption offences, protection of business and trade secrets, computer criminal law, intellectual property criminal law, unfair competition, investor protection, capital market criminal law and violation of banking secrecy, food criminal law, environmental offences, financial criminal law, criminal procedure law.
European Economy & Business Management (Bachelor)
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Graduates have an overview of national and international criminal offences relevant to business as well as an insight into criminal procedural law; they are able to conduct business in compliance with criminal law and to make use of targeted and appropriate legal advice and representation. The learning outcomes of this course contribute mainly to the following (international) programme learning outcomes: LO 2.1.