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Connected PACs in 2017
Understanding PAC Compliance and Communication Issues
Recorded on February 21, 2017

Did you know that when PACs are connected to organizations, different solicitation and communication rules apply?

Not only are the rules different, some activities are reserved only for your PAC. If your organization engages in these same activities, you violate recent FEC rules and can face devastating fines. Plus, solicitation and communication methods that are permissible for the PAC may not be permissible for your organization to use. Different disclaimers and notices apply in addition to some other special considerations.

From fundraising to websites, endorsements, events and press releases, here’s how to know what is and isn’t permitted so you can increase your PAC’s success—without increasing your risk of FEC violations.

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Did you know that when PACs are connected to organizations, different solicitation and communication rules apply?

Not only are the rules different, some activities are reserved only for your PAC. If your organization engages in these same activities, you violate recent FEC rules and can face devastating fines. Plus, solicitation and communication methods that are permissible for the PAC may not be permissible for your organization to use. Different disclaimers and notices apply in addition to some other special considerations.

From fundraising to websites, endorsements, events and press releases, here’s how to know what is and isn’t permitted so you can increase your PAC’s success—without increasing your risk of FEC violations.

Register now for Connected PACS in 2017: Understanding PAC Compliance and Communication Issues.

In this 90-minute webinar, three experts on government relations and election law help you steer your organization and its connected PAC through today’s tough rules on solicitations and communications. You’ll learn who may be solicited, how, and what information must be given to them. You’ll also learn the fine-line distinctions for how contributions may be received and collected, and the different affinity or rewards programs that may be used.

Avoid costly PAC compliance failures.  You’ll gain troubleshooting guidance on which solicitation and communication activities are appropriate for your organization and which are strictly PAC-only. You’ll also benefit from strategies and tips to use—and traps to avoid—when interacting with members of Congress and the general public. Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now for the know-how to keep your PAC successful and compliant, including: 

  • How recent campaign finance developments will affect PACs
  • Solicitation rules that apply to corporations, trade associations, and membership organizations
  • What solicitations methods are permissible, plus the special considerations which come into play when soliciting for political activities
  • Disclaimers and notices required for various types of solicitations and communications
  • Which activities are strictly PAC-only and which are permissible for corporations 
  • Tips and traps when developing an effective solicitation and communication program

Remember, if you have a PAC connected to your organization, different rules apply for engaging in solicitations and communications. Begin 2017 knowing what those rules are and how to keep your PAC—and compliance—successful.

Register now for Connected PACS in 2017: Understanding PAC Compliance and Communication Issues.

Meet Your Webinar Leader
David P. Goch
 is a Partner in the Washington law firm of Webster, Chamberlain & Bean.  His practice includes all aspects of nonprofit law including: corporate, tax, antitrust, intellectual property, standards and certification, employment matters, and government relations, for which the firm has established a national reputation as being the leader in the field.  He has over twenty-four years experience working with nonprofit organizations of all sizes. Mr. Goch has represented numerous clients before the US Congress on legislative matters ranging from health care, to commercial law issues, electronic payment issues, transportation and privacy. Mr. Goch has a Bachelors degree from the University of Michigan and a J.D., with honors, from the University of Maryland School of Law.

Who Should Attend
This webinar is of value to any entity that has a connected PAC, such as trade associations, association management companies, lobbying firms, law firms, and communication/advocacy/PR firms. Attendees who will benefit the most include:

  • PAC Manager
  • PAC Director
  • Director of Advocacy/Grassroots
  • Lobbyists
  • Lawyer
  • CFO
  • CEO

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CAE Credits: All live webinar attendees are eligible for 1.5 CAE credit hours. Association TRENDS is a CAE Approved Provider. Our programs meet the requirements for fulfilling the professional development requirements to earn or maintain the Certified Association Executive credential. We will maintain records of your participation in accord with CAE policies. For more information about the CAE credential or Approved Provider program, please visit www.whatiscae.org

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