13-Hour Program

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Why You Should Attend

In the wake of the 2020 elections, and in light of increased emphasis on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), corporate political activities have come under more scrutiny than in any era since Watergate.  Developments in federal and state lobbying, campaign finance, and ethics rules create significant compliance challenges.  If you practice in this field, it is critical to have the most up-to-date information at your fingertips. This comprehensive program, led by an expert faculty of senior officials from the Federal Election Commission, the Department of Justice, Congressional ethics committees, state ethics agencies, corporate compliance officers, and private practitioners, will walk you through the foundational law and the latest issues. From federal, state, local and foreign lobbying and pay-to-play laws, to practical strategies for developing and running an effective compliance program, the program is a must-attend for attorneys and others representing PACs, lobbyists, corporations, nonprofits, trade and membership associations, unions, politically active individuals, and others interacting with government.

What You Will Learn

  • Hear about developments in election law
  • Learn how to create effective compliance programs
  • Review FEC and state ethics agency updates
  • Examine recent case law impacting political activities
  • Receive civil and criminal enforcement updates
  • Learn about issues involving pay-to-play, lobbying, tax-exempt organizations and independent expenditures
  • Explore foreign lobbying considerations

Who Should Attend

Attorneys and others representing PACs, lobbyists, corporations, trade and membership associations, unions, politically active individuals, and other political interest groups and activists should attend this program.

Special Feature

Register and receive complimentary access to a preparatory One-Hour Audio Briefing on the Basics of the Federal Election Campaign Act, which will be presented by Co-Chairs Kenneth A. Gross, Jason Kaune, and Jan Witold Baran on August 3, 2022.  

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