Program

REGULATING MISMANAGEMENT IN THE CORPORATE FIELD –
THE ROLE OF CRIMINAL LAW AND THE FINANCIAL CRISIS

IVth AIDP Symposium for Young Penalists

location: Escola Superior do Ministério Público do Estado de São Paulo
Rua Treze de Maio, 1255 – Bela Vista – São Paulo/Brazil
28-29.08.2014, São Paulo

THURSDAY
08:00h – 08:45h – Welcoming Words

Marcos da Costa
(President of OAB/SP – Bar Association of São Paulo)

Marcelo Pedroso Goulart
(Director of the School of Public Prosecution Service)

Prof. Dr. Umberto Celli
(Dean of the Faculty of Law of Ribeirão Preto – FDRP/USP, Brazil)

Prof. Dr. Carlos Eduardo Japiassú
(Deputy of the Secretary General and President of the Brazilian National Group; University of the State Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Manuel Espinoza de los Monteros de la Parra
(President of AIDP-Young Penalists Committee)

Eduardo Saad-Diniz
(Prof. Dr. FDRP/USP – Chairman)

08:45h – 09:45h – Keynote Speech

Prof. Dr. Dr. hc mult Eugenio Raul Zaffaroni
(University of Buenos Aires, Argentina)

10:00h – 11:30h – Regulating Corporate Crimes and Human Rights Violations by Corporations

Moderator: Luciano Feldens

1. Private corporate codes: an alternative to prevent corruption and protect human rights?
Eduardo Saad-Diniz
Prof. Dr. Faculty of Law of Ribeirão Preto, Brazil
Andres Falcone
PhD Candidate, University of Mar del Plata, Argentina; PhD Candidate, University of Regensburg, Germany

2. Corporate governance and companies liability for human rights violations
Ana Cristina Gomes
Master Candidate, University of the State São Paulo, Brazil
Gustavo de Carvalho Marin
Master Candidate, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Jessica Raquel Sponchiado
Master Candidate, University of the State São Paulo, Brazil
Nathalia Regina Pinto
Master Candidate, University of São Paulo, Brazil

3. Due dilligence and human rights – an approach from the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
Malena Maceira
University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

4. The interest of the crime of corruption extended to private sector level to regulate mismanagement in
the corporate field in a “post–financial crisis” situation
Louise Portas
PhD Candidate, France

5. Modernity and the crisis of the nation state in the risk society – a special reference to security in new
technologies
Patricio Nicolás Sabadini
Prosecutor and PhD Candidate at University of Northeast Argentinian/Corrientes, Argentina

11:30h – 13:00h – LECTURES

1. – Human Right´s Violation in the Corporate Field –
Belisario Santos Jr.

2. – Global Order in the 21th Century: learning from Reality?
Luis Moreno Ocampo

13:00h – 14:30h – LUNCH BREAK

14:30h – 16:00h – Transnational Corporate Crimes and International Cooperation

Moderator: Luis Moreno Ocampo

1. Corporate crime and the governance of transnational Law
Radha Ivory
Lecturer TC Beirne School of Law – The University of Queensland, Australia

2. Fundamental rights and the role of legal entities in the mutual legal assistance in criminal matters
Yuri Sahione Pugliese
Master in Criminal Law at University of State Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

3. International implications of the Dodd-Frank and False Claim Act
Manuel Espinoza de los Monteros de la Parra
PhD Candidate University of Freiburg, Germany / Mexico

4. The European Central Bank s “Single Supervisory Mechanism” on credit institutions – a transformation
of corporate and individual liability in the financial sector?
Dominik Brodowski
PhD Candidate University of Tübigen, Germany

16:15 – 17:45h – The Role of Corporate Criminal Liability in the Financial Crisis

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Carlos Japiassú – University of the State Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

1. Crime prevention through criminal Law – does the nature of corporations impose limits to it?
Beatriz Corrêa Camargo
PhD Candidate University of São Paulo, Brazil

2. Effects of corporate criminal liability
Renata da Silva Athayde Barbosa
University Federal Fluminense, Brazil

3. The stigmatising effects of corporate criminal sanctions – a powerful regulatory tool in the economic and financial sphere?
Vanessa Franssen
Post-doctoral researcher, University of Luxembourg

4. The recovery of criminal assets – a complex legal issue challenge the European Union
Michele Simonato
Post-doctoral researcher, University of Luxembourg

5. The role of criminal policy in the time of financial crisis: issues and trends for business criminal law in Italy and other European countries
Vincenzo dell´Osso
Ph.D., Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan.

18:00 – 19:00h – LECTURES

1. – to be confirmed –
Prof. Dr. Fernando Andrade Fernandes, Dr. University of Coimbra, Portugal/ Prof. Dr. State University of São Paulo, Brazil

2. Corporate Criminal Liability
Prof. Dr. Jose Luis de la Cuesta, President of the AIDP

FRIDAY:
09:00h – 10:30h – Decision-Making and Oversight in Corporations: consequences for
criminal liability

Moderator: Prof. Dr. William Laufer, The Wharton School – University of Pennsylvania, USA

1. Criminal liability of managers for excessive risk-taking?
Stanislaw Tosza
PhD Candidate University of Luxembourg

2. Compliance and the theory of de facto control
Luiz Eduardo Novaes de Alcantara
São Paulo, Brazil

3. Consequences for criminal liability in the decision–making and oversight in corporations
Martin Gangotena
LLM Loyola University Chicago, USA / Ecuador

4. Dangers resulting from self-regulation – unregulated corporate internal investigations and the individuals rights
Ana Marìa Neira Pena
PhD Candidate and FPU Researcher University of La Coruña, Spain

10:45 – 12:15 – Experiences in Regulating Corporate Criminality

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Ferrnando Andrade Fernandes
Dr. University of Coimbra, Portugal/ Prof. Dr. State University of São Paulo, Brazil

1. Corporate criminal liability in China – past, presente and future
Chenguang Zhao
Dr. University of Freiburg, Germany / China

2. Corporate criminal liability in the contemporary criminal Law – an European perspective and an
overview of the legislation of Kosovo
Avni Puka
Lecturer University of Prishtina, Albania

3. Criminal Law and Regulating Corporate Activities in Egypt
Ahmed F. Khalifa, Egypt

4. Problematics of the fraudulent bankrupcy for distraction crime in the Italian legislation
Ersi Bozheku
Associate Professor, University of Tirana; Adjunct Professor University of Pegaso of Naples, PhD University of Rome, Italy / Albania

12:30 – 13:15h – LECTURE

Deconstructing Criminal Compliance
Prof. Dr. William Laufer, The Wharton School – University of Pennsylvania, USA

13:15 – 14:45 – LUNCH BREAK

15:00 – 16:30 – Corporate crimes and challenges to the criminal procedure

Moderator: Prof. Dr. John Vervaele, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands

1. Much ado about nothing? Remarks on criminal investigations in Germany against banks executive in the wake of the financial crisis
Thomas Richter
Frankfurt, Germany

2. Criminal Trial and procedural rights – the procedural rights of the entity in the Italian corporate liability system
Fabio Nicolicchia
PhD Candidate University of Ferrara, Italy

3. The Right to Silence of Corporations in the EU
Stijn Lamberights, Luxembourg
Post-doctoral researcher, University of Luxembourg

4. DPA and NPA as an useful tool against corporate crime – problems in civil Law countries (Spain as an
example)
Jordi Gimeno Beviá, Spain
PhD Candidate, University of Castilla La Mancha, Spain

17:00 – 18:00 – OUTLOOK

Conflict of Jurisdictions
Prof. Dr. John Vervaele, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands

Concluding Remarks
Prof. Dr. Renato de Mello Jorge Silveira, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Organizers: Eduardo Saad-Diniz, Manuel Espinoza and Dominik Brodowski

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