The Faculty of Law at Goethe University in Frankfurt/Main is hosting a law symposium on 22 and 23 November 2019. The symposium is part of a series of conferences exsploring the links between business, criminal law and ethics which was started in 2008 and continued with a symposium on the systemic aspects of modern business criminal law;
| Which economic system do we protect with economic criminal law?
| Do ethics migrate into systems through compliance?
| Systems for the enforcement of criminal law? A critical look at compliance.
| Commercial criminal law between system and stakeholder - material problems
| Corporate sanctions - The current legislative situation
| Comment 1: Corporate criminal law as a component in the system of normative control of the company
| Comment 2: Effects of the use of corporate sanctions law on individual responsibility using the start-up scene as an example
| Comment 3: Business Criminal Law between Economic and Political stakeholders
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ECLE X stands for Economy, Criminal Law, Ethics. The suffix X marks the character of a anniversary. It is one of the series of symposia held by the Frankfurt Goethe University's Faculty of Law in order to examine and discuss links between business, criminal law and ethics.
The ECLE X advisory board consists of:
Professor Dr Cornelius Prittwitz, Eberhard Kempf, Dr. Charlotte Schmitt-Leonardy, Professor Dr Matthias Jahn.