In recognition of the 40th anniversary of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Corporate Counsel discussed the law with Mike Koehler, who founded and edits the popular website FCPAprofessor.com. The FCPA was enacted Dec. 19, 1977, to prohibit companies from paying bribes to foreign officials in exchange for their help in obtaining or retaining business.

Koehler is an associate professor at the Southern Illinois University School of Law, and developed one of the first law school classes focused on the FCPA. A frequent speaker on the anti-bribery law, Koehler is author of the 2014 book, “The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in a New Era.” He also founded, manages and is lead instructor of FCPA Professor LLC, which puts on institutes around the country as well as FCPA programs customized for a company or an industry.

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