The 2020 Lobbying & Compliance Finance Overview
, co-authored by Kelley Drye partner Jeff Hunter
and Lobbying Compliance Counsel Kim Miller, was published on the Multistate Associates blog Multistate Insider.
The article reviews important changes made to lobbying and campaign finance laws and regulations in 2020, including instituting waiting periods before former public officials can register as lobbyists, new provisions for grassroots lobbying, e-filing and waived late filing fees, requiring banks to disclose campaign account data, and disclaimers for election communications spread with bots.
Read the full article here