Fines, Victims, the Three Buckets of FCPA Costs and FCPA Reform: An Interview with Mike Koehler, the FCPA Professor (Part Two of Two)

The FCPA Report recently interviewed Mike Koehler, Assistant Professor at Southern Illinois University School of Law, author of the popular blog the FCPA Professor and outspoken critic of the current FCPA enforcement regime.  This article includes the second part of our interview with Professor Koehler.  In this part, Professor Koehler addresses recent Supreme Court precedent affecting corporate fines; the potential for fines to be paid to victims instead of the U.S. Treasury; the cost-benefit analysis of FCPA compliance and the three buckets of FCPA costs; his distinction between license/permit cases and government procurement cases and its importance for compliance policies and procedures; and the prospect of FCPA reform, a topic on which Professor Koehler disagrees with Judge Sporkin.  For the first part of our interview with Professor Koehler, see “Compliance Implications of the Current Enforcement Climate: An Interview with Mike Koehler, the FCPA Professor (Part One of Two),” The FCPA Report, Vol. 1, No. 6 (Aug. 22, 2012).

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