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dc.contributor.authorRam Mohan, M. P.
dc.description.abstractThe cases of Standard Chartered v. Directorate of Enforcement (2005), Iridium India v. Motorola Inc & Ors. (2011), and Sunil Bharti Mittal v. Central Bureau of Investigation represent a significant development in India’s corporate criminal liability jurisprudence. Standard Chartered reconciled mandatory imprisonment (as prescribed for punishing many offences under Indian law) with the impossibility of imprisoning corporations, Iridium explained whether corporations are capable of committing crimes which require intent (mens rea), and Sunil Bharti Mittal clarified whether the liability of a corporation for a criminal act can be attributed to its directors/promoters.en_US
dc.publisherIndian Institute of Management Ahmedabaden_US
dc.subjectCorporate Governanceen_US
dc.subjectCorporate criminal liabilityen_US
dc.subjectAlter Egoen_US
dc.subjectTheory of Attributionen_US
dc.subjectBusiness Lawen_US
dc.subjectNegligence and Liabilityen_US
dc.titleCorporate criminal liability in Indiaen_US
dc.typeCases and Notesen_US
dcterms.publisherIndian Institute of Management Ahmedabad

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