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In a climate of heightened concern over foreign influence in U.S. political activities, multinational corporations must implement a comprehensive approach to compliance with U.S. campaign finance, lobbying, and ethics laws when engaging with members of the U.S. public and U.S. officials—both within the U.S. and overseas. Failure to comply with U.S. political laws—including the Foreign Agents Registration Act (“FARA”), the Federal Election Campaign Act (“FECA”), the Lobbying Disclosure Act (“LDA”) and others—can lead to adverse press and reputational harm, costly civil and criminal investigations, and penalties and prosecutions.
Please join moderator Jason D. Kaune, Mike Columbo and Evann Whitelam of Nielsen Merksamer Parrinello Gross & Leoni LLP, a firm specializing in political, election and government law compliance for the regulated community nationally, as they provide:
- A discussion of today’s political climate as it affects regulation of international political activities and political law enforcement;
- An overview of applicable U.S. political laws as they relate to multinational corporations;
- A summary of notable investigations and enforcements; and
- Real-world scenarios and best practices for compliance.