Gregory E. Nagy is Of Counsel and a member of the Corporate Political Activity Law Practice Group. Mr. Nagy concentrates his practice on corporate political activity and campaign finance law.
From 1978 to 2002, Mr. Nagy served as Legal Director of the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission where he received the lifetime achievement award. In addition, from 1974 to 1978, he served as Deputy Attorney General for the Department of Law and Public Safety of the State of New Jersey.
Mr. Nagy has lectured for the Institute of Continuing Legal Education,on topics such as “Election Law and the Election Process,” “Lobbying for Lawyers: Update 2006" and “Pay-to-Play: The Current State of the Law". Also, he wrote, “What Every Lawyer Should Know About ELEC” for New Jersey Lawyer magazine.
- Successfully represented members of trade associations seeking relief from New Jersey pay-to-play restrictions and New Jersey election advocacy organizations seeking relief from contribution limit restrictions.
- Counsel to corporations and their agents conducting lobbying communication activities in New Jersey.
- Counsel to numerous New Jersey candidates and political committees regarding campaign contribution and reporting compliance including, New Jersey gubernatorial, county and municipal candidates and trade associations.
- Counsel to current and former Executive Branch officials seeking guidance on post-employment ethical restrictions.
Lifetime Achievement Award, New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission