‘Unravelling Corporate Fraud’ Publications
JM Paterson, E Bant and H Cooney, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v Google: Deterring misleading conduct in digital privacy policies’ (2021) Communications Law 136-148 (no download available)
Can Crown’s Old Habits Die? The Royal Commission says disgraced casino operator Crown Melbourne needs to reform itself – how will we be able to judge whether it has or not?
Elise Bant, ‘Culpable Corporate Minds’ (2021) 48(2) University of Western Australia Law Review
Read Professor Bant’s paper, Dishonesty and Unconscionability: new approaches to ancient concepts, presented at the BFLSA 2021 Annual Conference. This paper formed part of the session Shifting Sands: New statutory strategies for promoting good consumer outcomes in Financial Services
Submission to the Law Commission for England and Wales, for its Inquiry into Corporate Criminal Responsibility, August 2021 (opens document 59kb), and annexure A (pdf 9205kb) and annexure B (pdf 150kb)
Submission to the Perth Crown Royal Commission 14 May 2021 (pdf 99.2kb)
Submission to the Victorian Crown Royal Commission, submitted 17 May 2021 (pdf 91kb)
Senior Counsel Meg O’ Sullivan, assisting the Victorian Royal Commission read from Dr Bant’s submission to the Commission on 24 May 2021, relating to issues surrounding money laundering. Watch the full recording (May 24th) or skip to 34 minutes to view Dr Bant’s citation.
- Inquiry into Corporate Criminal Responsibility, E Bant, Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission inquiry into Corporate Criminal Responsibility 28 January 2020
- Holding corporations to account. The slippery concept of corporate guilt too often allows companies off the hook. E Bant, ‘Holding Corporations to Account’ Pursuit, 13 May 2020