At the Cato Institute magazine Regulation, Georgetown scholar John Hasnas argues that the Supreme Court took a seriously wrong turn (PDF) back in the 1909 case of New York Central & Hudson River R.R. Co. v. U.S.
John Hasnas on vicarious corporate criminal liability
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