Freedom has its Price: Shareholders Seek Disclosure of Corporate Political Spending

November 15, 2011

Author: Jisha V. Dymond, Esq. View article  Pay-to-play is the term used to describe the practice of making political contributions to candidates and elected officials in order to influence the awarding of lucrative government contracts. In the past few years, restrictions on the making of such contributions have flourished, particularly in the context of contracts related to the management of public pension plan assets and similar government investment accounts.