Which act is also known as the Anti-Kickback Act?
A. Copeland Act
B. The Stark Law
C. Bayh-Dole Act
D. Model Business Corporation Act
Answer: A – The Copeland Act is also known as the Anti-Kickback Act.
Explanation: The Copeland Act, also known as Anti-Kickback Act, was enacted in 1934 in order to prohibit contractors and sub-contractors from influencing an employee who was involved in a federally-assisted construction project to give up any part of the compensation to which he is entitled as a “kick-back” to the company or its executives.