How GCs Should Respond To Political Spend Disclosure Demands
January 21, 2015
Efforts by activists to force publicly-held companies to disclose their political spending have suffered some setbacks, but they aren’t going away, according to a a client advisory in the Covington & Burling Inside Political Law blog. Activists, by way of shareholder resolutions and other strategies, including litigation, are demanding information such as details about contributions to trade associations and 501(c)(4) organizations. 2015 could well be the most active year yet for these campaigns; here are some tips about how field them.
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