Tuesday, May 31, 2011

MEO conference faculty

From: RDShatt@aol.com
To: KDarcy@theecoa.org, bolson@theecoa.org, jkaplan@kaplanwalker.com, gwinter@illinois.edu, cbeinfo@bentley.edu, mhoffman@bentley.edu, twhite@ethicsandbusiness.org, TMazur@theecoa.org, harry.britt@elpaso.com, LTrevino@psu.edu, Jeff_Oak@bshsi.org, Dmdprudenc@AOL.com, johnsherman3@mac.com, carrie@ethicalleadershipgroup.com, dgebler@skoutgroup.com
Sent: 5/31/2011 4:33:26 A.M. Central Daylight Time

Subj: MEO: Entity versus individual liability under Obama

To Managing Ethics in Organizations faculty:

Is something significant going on in the Obama administration relative to entity versus individual liability for purposes of achieving deterrence?

Three Wall Street Journal articles in the past month have been suggestive to me that this is the case. See this, this, and this.

What do you think?

Rob Shattuck

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