Business Law Monographs, Volume C4--Corporate Political Activity
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Thoroughly revised in 2004 to cover the provisions of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002 and related implementing regulations promulgated by the Federal Election Commission (FEC), this monograph provides a practical guide to corporate involvement in federally-related political activities:
- Summarizes the law governing the funding and activities of corporate political action committees (PACs) and explains how a corporation can lawfully establish, register and operate a PAC.
- Describes the limitations that federal law imposes on the federal election contributions of individuals, including corporate officers and employees.
- Describes the kinds of politically-related corporate expenditures that are not considered "contributions" and that are therefore deemed to be legal.
- Explains the rules governing corporate political communications, describing the sorts of partisan and nonpartisan communications allowed under federal law.
- Covers other topics including election law enforcement, how to obtain advisory opinions from the FEC, corporate lobbying activities, and tax issues and requirements associated with lobbying and PAC operations.
- Includes sample copies of required federal election forms, samples of other documents frequently used by corporations in their political activities, and other relevant source materials.
- Provides a special "Editor's Overview" summarizing the contents of each chapter.
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