The Resource Deferred prosecution agreements : implications for corporate tax departments

Deferred prosecution agreements : implications for corporate tax departments

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Deferred prosecution agreements : implications for corporate tax departments
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Deferred prosecution agreements : implications for corporate tax departments
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This article considers the use of deferred prosecution agreements (DPAs) in the United States, focusing on the implications these DPA arrangements may have for corporations and corporate tax executives. After a background discussion concerning corporate criminal matters and the wide latitude given federal prosecutors in dealing with entities, the article discusses the general nature of DPAs and how they work as a matter of process and practice, the specific provisions of the KPMG DPA, and the ways a DPA might affect a company's tax department and its tax officials
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In: The tax executive. - Washington. - Vol. 58 (2006), no. 1 ; p. 49-54
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  • Michel, S.D
  • Thorn, K.E
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North America
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English
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  • enforcement
  • criminal law
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