Corporate political activities 2022 : complying with campaign finance, lobbying and ethics laws / Jason D. Kaune, Jan W. Baran, Kenneth A. Gross, contributors.

New York, New York : Practising Law Institute, 2022.
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Corporate law and practice course handbook series ; B-2743. [More in this series]
Includes index.
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Front Matter-- Faculty Bios-- Table of Contents-- Chapter 1.-- Overview of Federal Campaign Finance: Contributions and Expenditures-- Chapter 2.-- Political Action Committees (July 2022)-- Chapter 3.-- Federal Political Activity (July 8, 2022)-- Chapter 4.-- Compliance Considerations for State Contributions by Federal PACs-- Chapter 5.-- Political Activity by Trade Associations (July 8, 2022)-- Chapter 6.-- Political Tax Considerations-- Chapter 7.-- Congressional Research Service, The Federal Election Commission: Overview and Selected Issues for Congress (December 22, 2015)-- Chapter 8.-- Latest Developments at the Federal Election Commission Resource Page-- Chapter 9.-- Federal Election Commission, Best Practices to Avoid Pitfalls-- Chapter 10.-- Lobbying Disclosure Act Guidance, Effective January 1, 2008 (Revised February 28, 2021)-- Chapter 11.-- Political Activity by Foreign Nationals (July 8, 2022)-- Chapter 12.-- Nonprofits, Advocacy Organizations and Independent Expenditures: Program Outline-- Chapter 13.-- Political Activity by Banks (July 8, 2022)-- Chapter 14.-- Political Activity by Federal Contractors (July 8, 2022)-- Chapter 15.-- FARA Frequently Asked Questions (Updated December 3, 2020), available at: Chapter 16.-- Overview of the Political Law Compliance Program for Altria Group, Inc. and Its Companies (August 20, 2021)-- Chapter 17.-- Pay-to-Play Laws: An Introduction and Overview-- Chapter 18.-- Pay-to-Play Laws (July 8, 2022)-- Chapter 19.-- State and Local Campaign Finance Laws-- Chapter 20.-- State and Local Lobby and Gift Laws-- Chapter 21.-- State and Local Government Ethics Laws-- Index.
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