FCPA Essentials Webinar

with Professor Mike Koehler

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Do you know which business practices can trigger scrutiny under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and result in costly government investigations and enforcement actions?



This webinar with Professor Mike Koehler will help you:

  • Understand the basics of the FCPA
  • Understand the common root causes of FCPA scrutiny & enforcement
  • Learn how to minimize FCPA scrutiny through risk assessments
  • Create uniquely tailored compliance training policies & procedures
  • Ask questions and receive answers from Professor Koehler
  • Receive 60 minutes of continuing education for HRCI and MCLE
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    Webinar Details

    In this 75 minute webinar, FCPA expert, Professor Mike Koehler, will highlight common root causes of FCPA scrutiny and enforcement. He will also explain how your organization can best minimize FCPA scrutiny through risk assessments and uniquely tailored compliance training policies and procedures.

    Certifications & Guides

    This webinar has been certified for 1 hour of continuing education for HRCI and MCLE. Attendees will also receive a handy audit checklist and direct access to Emtrain's anti-bribery videos to use in their own live training or corporate communications.

    About Professor Koehler

    Law Professor Mike Koehler is the founder and editor of the popular FCPA Professor website. He is also the Expert for our Global Anti-bribery & FCPA course. His site has been described as the “the Wall Street Journal of all things FCPA-related.” Professor Koehler is also a frequent featured FCPA source on The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, National Public Radio, and CNN among others.

    Professor Mike Koehler

    "FCPA scrutiny does not just randomly fall from the sky, but is often the result of real risk points within a business organization. Understanding these risk points is thus a fundamental first step in better achieving FCPA compliance."