Campaign Finance 101:
Navigating the Rules for Associations and Corporations

Webinar • Wednesday, October 17, 2018 • 2:00- 3:30 PM ET | Qualifies for 1.5 CAE credits


Campaign finance laws were already complex. Now, court rulings like the recent Citizen’s United decision can make it even harder to understand what it takes to stay compliant—especially with campaigns running at full speed into the midterm elections.

Don’t risk having employees, fundraisers, PACs and even candidates violate the rules because they don’t understand them.

Instead, let a campaign finance expert show you how to navigate changes involving everything from expenditures and endorsements, to fundraising and employee communications.

Register now for Campaign Finance 101: Navigating the Rules for Associations and Corporations.

This webinar is led by Cleta Mitchell, a leading authority on federal election and campaign finance law. In just 90 minutes, she provides a clear overview of the current rules and the recent court decisions that have influenced those rules—and how best to navigate them.

Guidance for staying compliant.  You’ll learn how decisions such as Citizen’s United have changed campaign finance rules. You’ll also gain troubleshooting insights about how your employees, fundraisers, PACs and SuperPACs fit into the equation.  Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now for expert guidance on current campaign finance rules, including:

  • The recent court decisions involving independent expenditures by exempt organizations
  • How rules apply to appearances by candidates and officeholders and endorsements of candidates
  • The rights of employees to engage in political activities
  • Use of company or association resources
  • Solicitations of contributions for candidates and parties
  • Fundraisers for candidates by associations and companies
  • Communications with employees regarding voting records of candidates and officeholders
  • Voter registration and voting by employees
  • Role of SuperPACs

Remember, the midterm elections almost here. Don’t miss this critical guidance on how to handle the many facets of campaign finance without violating the latest rules.

Register now for Campaign Finance 101: Navigating the Rules for Associations and Corporations.

Meet Your Webinar Leaders

Cleta Mitchell, partner at Foley and Lardner is one of the nation's leading authorities on The Honest Leadership and Open Government Act of 2007. Ms. Mitchell has more than 30 years of experience in law, politics and public policy. She advises lobbying firms, law firms, corporations, nonprofit organizations, candidates, campaigns, and individuals on state and federal election and campaign finance law, and compliance issues related to lobbying, ethics and financial disclosure. She is also the author of The Lobbying Compliance Handbook: A practitioner's guide in the age of HLOGA.


Who Should Attend

This webinar and training certification program is essential for all associations and corporations:

  • Government relations staff
  • Organizations and company compliance leaders
  • Finance Professionals
  • Lobbyists

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