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Corporate fraud is costly, involving hundreds of billions of dollars in lost reputational and out-of-pocket costs for stakeholders and hundreds of thousands of job losses for employees, suppliers, and customers. To prevent fraud, general counsels are charged with the responsibility of gatekeeping in the corporation. They understand the law and they are expected to use their legal expertise to advise on, intervene in, and report suspicions of fraud. In spite of their legally-mandated centraldoi:10.2139/ssrn.2804352 fatcat:dgfmfqosuffmpkjnejpjotfbv4