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Fisse, Brent (1942–)

AUSTRALIAN ATTORNEY and author Brent Fisse is a specialist in trade practices law, intellectual property, e-commerce, and online services and liability control systems for corporations. He developed the theory of “organizational blameworthiness” for corporate crime and has argued that the common practice of imposing monetary penalties as sanctions against corporations does little to deter future bad behavior.

Fisse held a position as a professor of law at the University of Sydney from 1985 to 1996. Between 1993 and 1994, he acted as a part-time commissioner of the Australian Law Reform Commission specializing in trade practices compliance reference. He also served as a part-time commissioner of the New South Wales (Australia) Law Reform Commission from 1987 to 1999. Fisse joined the prominent Sydney law firm of Gilbert ...

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