Much has happened in the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act space since release of my first book in 2014 titled “The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act In a New Era.” Thus, I am pleased to announce publication of my second book “Strategies for Minimizing Risk Under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and Related Laws.”
The book provides a diverse group of professionals who can assist in risk management (such as lawyers; finance, accounting and auditing professionals; business executives and board of director members; human resources professionals; and others) with the best available tools to minimize risk under the FCPA and related laws given the current enforcement landscape.
Towards this goal, this book uses plain English to: (i) highlight legal authority and other sources of information relevant to bribery laws; (ii) guide readers through various components of compliance best practices from the fundamentals of conducting a risk assessment, to effectively communicating compliance expectations, to implementing and overseeing compliance strategies; and (iii) allows readers to assess their acquired knowledge through various issue-spotting scenarios and skills exercises complete with model answers.
The book is available in both hardcover and paperback and can be ordered here.
“Professor Mike Koehler is a leading authority on anti-corruption. He uses that knowledge to anticipate trends in the law and to distill the principles and actions that matter in practice. For companies that want to get the most value out of their anti-corruption efforts, Professor Koehler’s advice is invaluable.”
Jay Jorgensen, Executive Vice President and Global Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Walmart
“For years, Mike Koehler – also known as the ‘FCPA Professor’ – has been a leading voice in an important conversation about one of the key enforcement priorities of the United States government. This book is a prime example of why corporate compliance professionals and practitioners alike continue to listen Professor Koehler. His rigorous discussion and analysis of the legal framework underlying the FCPA is a must read.”
Jay Darden, Paul Hastings LLP and former Assistant Chief, DOJ Fraud Section
“Professor Mike Koehler is an authoritative and practical voice in understanding the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the many related US and foreign laws and regulations impacting how companies conduct business in the global economy. He has an encyclopedic knowledge of the FCPA and distills it into understandable and user-friendly teachings that both lawyers and non-lawyers can understand and use.”
Claudius Sokenu, Andeavor, Deputy General Counsel and former Senior Counsel at the SEC
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