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The USC Gould School of Law Corporate Fraud and Government Investigations Forum is designed to provide practicing lawyers, accountants, business executives, and, of course, law students with immediate access to the best news articles and analyses about recent developments in major civil and criminal corporate fraud cases, government investigations, and regulatory developments.

The site originated from Robert Fairbank’s Corporate Fraud seminar at the USC Gould School of Law, which he has been teaching since 2004, and a similar joint seminar he taught in the Fall of 2007 at the Stanford Law School and Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Trojan Family Magazine
Lessons from Enron” (Summer 2007)

USC Law Magazine
Lessons Learned the Hard Way” (Fall 2006)

“Life After Securities Fraud” (2010)

“Former Homestore CFO talks to USC Law” (2006)

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