Political Law Notes - August 2018

Stand Up and Be Heard in an Election Year

DC Federal District Court Voids FEC Independent Expenditure Reporting Rule- Expands Donor Disclosure

IRS Ignites Political Firestorm by Eliminating the Requirement for Most Nonprofit Organizations to Submit Confidential Donor Information to the IRS

Political Law Notes - February 2017

2017 is not yet fifty days old and there have already been several significant developments in the political law arena, and many more are likely to follow.  Lobbyists and others that interact with the federal government have to contend with new ethics rules.  New federal political contribution limits have been approved by the Federal Election Commission.

Political Law Notes - October 2016

Welcome to the inaugural issue of Whiteford Political Law Notes -- Whiteford, Taylor & Preston’s quarterly political law newsletter. Our objective is to provide our clients and friends with concise analysis of developments in the fast-changing field of federal and state campaign finance, lobbying, tax, and government ethics laws and rules. We will also provide practical tips for making strategic use of the laws and rules in this area to advance your organization’s political, advocacy and policy goals.