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Political Activity, Lobbying Laws and Gift Rules Guide, 3d, 2023 ed.

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Brand: LegalWorks
Copyright: 2023
ISBN: 9781731925428
Service #: 32000011
Sub #: 32000013
Shelf Space: 2 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
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Political Activity, Lobbying Laws and Gift Rules Guide, 3d, 2023 ed.



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Successfully navigate the complex web of political action committee (PAC), campaign finance, pay-to-play, and lobbying rules with the Political Activity, Lobbying Laws and Gift Rules Guide. This title provides legal guidance and information for lawyers, governmental affairs specialists, and other executives working for corporations, government contractors, nonprofits, lobbying firms, consultancies, and trade associations seeking to inform public opinion or influence federal, state, and local decision-makers. You'll get:

  • New chapters on state- and local-level regulations in the areas of campaign finance, lobbying, and governmental ethics
  • In-depth coverage of the federal statutes that govern lobbying, the Lobbying Disclosure Act and the Foreign Agents Registration Act
  • Detailed, technical discussion of tax considerations related to lobbying and other political activity
  • Extensive discussion of “pay-to-play” rules, including those recently promulgated by the federal Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Coverage of recent developments in “procurement lobbying” laws for government contractors whose sales teams interact with public officials and employees
  • Comprehensive description of the Federal Election Commission's enforcement process
  • Practical, useful guidance on U.S. congressional gift rules, Executive Branch ethics rules
  • Thorough analysis of federal and state post-employment restrictions on individuals leaving government employment for the private sector
  • Coverage of the McCain-Feingold legislation and campaign finance issues
  • Expanded discussion of political-activity and tax rules for “outside groups,” including 501(c)(4) social welfare organizations, 501(c)(6) trade associations, and so-called “Super PACs”