"Collared" tells the tragic story of the illegal activities of two best friends who for nearly a decade-and-a-half on both sides of the American and Canadian border churned tens of millions of US dollars through over one hundred separate deals to generate eight-figure profits from insider trading.

Through the open and uncensored testimony of the inside trading duo’s surviving member, Joseph Grmovsek, the documentary focuses on an exploration of white-collar crime, the short-comings of its identification by authorities, and its punishment and consequences.

Along with insights offered by reformed white collar criminal Joseph Grmovsek’s cautionary tale, interviews with leading scholars, former prosecutors, and forensic psychologists are used in “Collared” to examine the larger issue of why the identification and enforcement of white-collar crime should be a concern for everyone.

This Documentary Project is supported by the Fund for Innovation in Law and Media (FILM) established at Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, as well as in partnership with the Hennick Centre for Business and Law.

This initiative is led by Garrick Apollon and Étienne Trépanier, Senior Fellows of the Hennick Centre for Business and Law and Fellows of the FILM initiative at Osgoode Hall Law School.

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