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Challengescauses not always easy to identify

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Challenges/Causes Not always easy to identify unnecessary surgery Clients are unable to make independent judgments about necessity Function of Medicine more of an art than science Oversupply of surgeons Availability of reimbursement Type of hospital Fee for service Absence of peer oversight Trust placed in doctors
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Occupational Crimes in the Legal Professions Lawyers occupy another very specialized role in society Essentially, very expensive translators They have unique knowledge and access that very few in society have Easy to exploit this for their own gain
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Legal Crime Abusing Power of Attorney to steal from clients Overbilling Aiding and abetting their clients’ crimes Confidence games Collusion
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Confidence Games Defense attorneys are part of the “courtroom workgroup” Especially public defenders It’s beneficial to their career to have good relationship with the judge/prosecutor Concern about smooth, expedient process rather than the outcome May neglect clients best interest
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Collusion Thin line between attorney-client privilege and becoming party to crime Aiding and abetting Lose a client if they turn them in for ongoing crime Explicitly engaging in or advising others how to get away with crime
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Remember Occupational crime does not occur within a bubble The larger social and organizational contexts should be considered as well i.e. organizational climate, ineffective regulation
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  • Spring '14
  • AidaY.Hass
  • theft, occupational crimes

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