A new book on corporate criminal law and criminal compliance compares the laws of 30 countries. Prof. Dr Cathrine Konopatsch, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law at UniDistance Suisse, is the author of one of the contributions.

Criminal law increasingly functions as a steering instrument of the economy. Companies can be held liable and, in some jurisdictions, “punished”. Criminal compliance is about taking preventive measures within companies to avoid the risk of criminal liability. Repressive criminal compliance, on the other hand, concerns the conduct of companies after a crime has been committed.

Find out more about the book (in German) on the publisher’s website:

Konstantina Papathanasiou (Hrsg.), Unternehmensstrafrecht und Criminal Compliance / Corporate Criminal Law and Criminal Compliance, Jan Sramek Verlag 2023

Overview of authors:

  • Petra Wittig, Fundamentals of a corporate criminal law
  • Juan Pablo Montiel & María José González Bellene, Argentina
  • Eduardo Saad-Diniz, Brazil
  • Su Jiang, China
  • Miguel Lamadrid Luengas, Colombia
  • Erick Gatgens Gómez, Costa Rica
  • Marta Dragicevic Prtenjaca & Suncana Roksandic, Croatia
  • Lukáš Bohuslav, Czech Republic
  • Markus Wagner, Germany
  • Lenin Stalin Vladimir González Benítez, El Salvador
  • Jaan Sootak & Markus Kärner, Estonia
  • Evan Raschel, France
  • Bachana Jishkariani, Georgia
  • Dimitrios Voulgaris, Greece
  • Alexander Mayr, United Kingdom
  • Harihar P. Srivastava, India
  • Salvatore D’Ambra, Italy
  • Tomomi Kawasaki, Japan
  • Konstantina Papathanasiou, Liechtenstein
  • Luka Breneselovic, Montenegro
  • Cathrine Konopatsch, Austria
  • Luis Alberto Jimenez Bernales, Peru
  • Piotr Góralski, Poland
  • José Menezes Sanhudo, Portugal
  • Manuchehr Kudratov, Russia
  • Philip Georg Raich, Sweden
  • Lukas Staffler & Oliver Jany, Switzerland
  • Luka Breneselovic, Serbia
  • Íñigo Ortiz de Urbina Gimeno & Alejandro Turienzo Fernández, Spain
  • Serkan Merakli, Turkey
  • Sofía Lascano, Uruguay

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