In This Issue:
- Making Decisions on Corporate Campaign Expenditures
- What’s in Store in Congresson Campaign Finance Reform?
- DC Circuit Reversed Van Hollen. Players Changed Tactics to Avoid Disclosure. Did It Matter in 2012?
- Capitol Hill Recruiting -‘Tis the Season!
- Grassroots Lobbying Laws -A Growing Trend
- Goldman Sachs Pays First-Of-Its-Kind Settlement to Close Pay to Play Action with the SEC
- Breakdown of New FCPA Guidance
- New Cycle; New Contribution Limits?
- Excerpt from Goldman Sachs Pays First-Of-Its-Kind Settlement to Close Pay to Play Action with the SEC:
On September 27, 2012, Goldman Sachs agreed to pay $12 million to settle claims with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) alleging that one of its employees engaged in a pay-to-play scheme.
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Topics: Campaign Finance Reform, Disclosure Requirements, Election Related Expenditures, FCPA, FEC, Goldman Sachs, Lobbying, Pay-To-Play, Political Contributions, Recruitment Policies, SEC, Settlement
Commercial Law & Contracts Updates, Election & Politics Law Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, International Law & Trade Updates, Securities Law Updates
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