3 edition of election law primer for corporations found in the catalog.
election law primer for corporations
Jan W. Baran
|Statement||Jan Witold Baran.|
|LC Classifications||KF4886 .B37 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||99034480|
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This book covers the fast-changing landscape of campaign finance and lobbying laws. The sixth edition of The Election Law Primer for Corporations offers an introduction and a summary of the basic principles. Numerous court decisions and new laws dramatically altered the ways in which groups, including corporations, could lawfully finance political activity outside of the political.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Baran, Jan W. Election law primer for corporations. Chicago, Ill.: Section of Business Law, American Bar Association, © COVID Resources.
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By Jan Witold Baran $79 Today the American Bar Association (ABA) published the sixth edition of The Election Law Primer for Corporations, authored by Jan Witold Baran, founder of Wiley Rein’s Election Law & Government Ethics read an excerpt of the book, click here.
The laws governing campaign finance and lobbying have changed significantly since the previous edition of the book. Jan served as a legal analyst for ABC News during the Florida recount.
He is the author of the book, The Election Law Primer for Corporations, published annually by the American Bar Association (ABA) and he co-chairs the Practising Law Institute’s annual Corporate Political Activities conference. The Election Law Primer for Corporations, by Jan Witold Baran, D'Angelo Law, Bookstacks, XXKFB37 The End of Inequality: One Person, One Vote and the Transformation of American Politics, by Stephen Ansolabehere & James M.
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Election Law Primer for Corporations. 6th ed. by Jan Witold Baran Call Number: KF B37 Author: Christina Tsou. In the current enforcement environment, corporations, major political donors, lobbyists, and PACs face unprecedented scrutiny of their compliance with campaign finance, lobbying disclosure, and government ethics laws.
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On Janu the Supreme Court issued its blockbuster opinion in Citizens United l Election Commission. Using that opinion as a platform, I offer this primer – written from a libertarian perspective – on the broad principles underlying campaign finance reform and free speech.During the Florida recount he served as a legal analyst for ABC News and He is the author of the book, The Election Law Primer for Corporations, published by the American Bar Association and he co-chairs the Practising Law Institute's annual Corporate Political Activities conference.