REGISTER NOW WHAT YOU'LL LEARN MEET YOUR TRAINING TEAM WHO WILL BENEFIT
To make your PAC count in this election year, you’ve got to keep fundraising strong and compliant with today’s stringent state and federal campaign finance laws.
Doing that successfully means understanding the dos and don’ts for PAC solicitations, including how to use incentives and charitable match programs, plus strategies for making state contributions. It also means following best practices for reporting, record-keeping, governance and operations.
Now, with the clock ticking on the 2016 elections, two PAC experts share operational and compliance secrets that can quickly improve performance—and reduce the risk of violations.
Register now for PAC Compliance in 2016.
In this 90-minute webinar, attorneys from the Venable law firm draw on their experience representing corporate and association PACs to map out today’s best practices for raising money, managing it effectively and staying compliant during this all-important election year. For existing PACs, this course provides important updates on requirements and solicitation strategies. If you’re creating a new PAC, this course helps you fast-track starting and operating it successfully.
Clear guidance on campaign finance laws. This course combines guidance on navigating the highly regulated environment with practical insights on management strategies for getting the most out of your PAC, including reaching your fundraising targets and achieving your political goals. Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.
What You'll Learn
Reserve your space now for expert guidance on improving PAC performance without violating today’s tough campaign finance laws, including:
- The dos and don’ts for PAC solicitations
- Techniques for using PAC incentives (and how to pay for them), as well as charitable match programs
- Understanding what “prior approval” means for trade associations and member companies
- Best practices for PAC reporting and record-keeping
- Best practices for PAC governance and operations
- Strategies for making state contributions
Remember, making the most of your PAC between now and the 2016 elections means making the most of fundraising and influence and staying compliant. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn today’s best practices for doing it all!
Register now for PAC Compliance in 2016.
Meet Your Training Team
Larry Norton is Chair of Venable’s Government Division, which includes more than 150 lawyers and lobbyists in the regulatory, government contracts, legislative, and state and local government practice areas. He also co-chairs the firm’s Political Law Group and advises clients regarding federal and state campaign finance and other election laws, gifts to government officials, and lobbying registration and disclosure. Mr. Norton’s clients include large and small corporations and their PACs, nonprofit organizations, trade associations, Super PACs, ballot committees, and politically-active individuals.
Ronald Jacobs serves as co-chair of Venable’s Political Law Group and as hiring partner in the firm's Washington, DC office. He advises clients on all aspects of state and federal political law, including campaign finance, lobbying disclosure, gift and ethics rules, pay-to-play laws, and tax implications of political activities. Mr. Jacobs assists clients with crises response to government investigations and enforcement actions, Congressional investigations, class-action law suits, and other high-profile problems that involve potentially damaging legal and public-relations matters. Along with Lawrence Norton, he co-edits the firm’s Political Law Briefing blog.
Who Will Benefit
This webinar is of value to any company or association that has (or is considering creating) a political action committee, particularly in areas such as financial services, energy, technology, government contracting and health care. Attendees who will benefit most include:
- VPs of External Relations
- VPs of Government Relations
- Legislative Directors
- PAC Managers
- PAC Directors
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