The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 is the result of 10 years of legislative deliberation. The term ‘wrongs’ refers either to specific criminal wrongs or in the Zemiological sense of the term, encompassing a much wider range of activities which cause social harm. In this essay, the term ‘wrong’ will be used to refer to the wrongs and omissions of companies causing the offence of corporate manslaughter. The courts have used gross negligence and involuntary manslaughter to apply to corporate manslaughter. The House of Lords in R v Adamako set out five conditions necessary for gross negligence; it is this which the courts have used to establish the offence of corporate manslaughter

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