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New Jersey Pushes Back against IRS Rollback of Donor Disclosure Requirements for Nonprofit Organizations

USA - June 20 2019 The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has announced that certain nonprofit organizations must disclose donors who have contributed $5,000 or...

Cynthia (Cindy) M. Lewin, Rachel Provencher.

U.S. Supreme Court Allows Expanded Donor Disclosure Rules to Take Effect

USA - September 20 2018 The U.S. Supreme Court this week left in place a lower court ruling that expands donor disclosure for advocacy groups that fund independent...

Sean J. Wright, Lawrence H. Norton.

The Federal Election Commission Announces New Contribution Limits for 2017-2018 Cycle

USA - February 7 2017 Since the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act was passed in 2002, the Federal Election Commission (FEC) indexes contribution limits based on inflation...

Lyndsay E. Steinmetz, Cristina I. Vessels, William A. Powers, David Owens, Lawrence H. Norton, Margaret C. Rohlfing, Ronald M. Jacobs.

Setting up and Operating a Federal Super PAC

USA - May 25 2016 This memorandum summarizes the rules of the road for setting up and operating federal Super PACs, which are groups formed primarily to make...

Lawrence H. Norton, Ronald M. Jacobs.

Setting up and Operating a Maryland Super PAC

USA - May 25 2016 This memorandum summarizes the rules of the road for Maryland Super PACs, which are groups formed primarily to make "independent expenditures" or...

Lawrence H. Norton, Ronald M. Jacobs.