A corporation is liable for and may be convicted of any offense committed by an agent of the corporation within the scope of the agent's employment on the basis of conduct authorized, requested, or commanded, by any one or a combination of the following:
1) The board of directors;
2) An executive officer or any agent in a position of comparable authority with respect to the formulation of corporate policy or the supervision in a managerial capacity of subordinate employees;
3) Any person, whether or not an officer of the corporation, who controls the corporation or is responsibly involved in forming its policy; or
4) Any other person for whose act or omission the statute defining the offense provides corporate responsibility for offenses.
In addition, a corporation is liable for and may be convicted of [any offense consisting of an omission to discharge a specific duty of affirmative conduct imposed on a corporation by law] [any misdemeanor committed by an agent of the corporation within the scope of the agent's employment] [any offense for which an individual may be convicted without proof of culpability, committed by an agent of the corporation within the scope of the agent's employment].
It is no defense that an individual, upon whose conduct liability of the corporation for an offense is based, has been acquitted, has not been prosecuted or convicted, has been convicted of a different offense, is immune from prosecution, or is otherwise not subject to justice.