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Pennsylvania Government Contractor Pay-to-Play Disclosure Deadline – February 15, 2022
Under Pennsylvania's pay-to-play disclosure law, any business entity that has been awarded any no-bid contract by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or any of its political subdivisions must file a disclosure with the Pennsylvania Department of State by February 15, 2022.
The 2021 Gubernatorial Election: What You Need to Know about NJ’s Regulated-Industry Ban and Pay-to-Play Compliance
Fundraising has begun in earnest for New Jersey’s 2021 gubernatorial election, but not all contributors are subject to the same limits. Banks may not participate as entities, officers may be subject to reduced pay-to-play limits and one contribution in excess of applicable pay-to-play limits may jeopardize eligibility for Executive Branch contracting opportunities for years to come.
A Brief Introduction to the History and Theory of Campaign-Finance Law, Part 1
Recently on our blog, we have considered the nuances surrounding pay-to-play laws, election cycles, and refunds of contributions. But, as we continue to cover these and other topics deep in the weeds of political law, it is worth taking a step back to review the history and theory of campaign-finance laws in the United States.
Calling All New Jersey Government Contractors: Is Your Company Prepared for the March 30th Business Entity Annual Disclosure Filing Deadline?
New Jersey’s Pay-to-Play Annual Disclosure filing deadline is less than one month away. New Jersey law requires each business entity that received payments of $50,000 or more (in the aggregate) as a result of New Jersey government contracts during the 2020 calendar year to electronically file a Business Entity Annual Statement (“Form BE”) with the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (“ELEC”) no later than Tuesday, March 30, 2021.
The Power of Refunds
Although refunds can be a powerful tool under New Jersey’s pay-to-play laws, all contributions should still be carefully reviewed for compliance with appliable limits so that a company or individual is not in the position of having to ask for a refund. Many companies think that if somebody makes or approves a contribution that they should not have made or approved, the company will simply request a refund. It’s not quite so simple…
Rebecca Moll Freed and Avi Kelin Publish Blog for Lawline Entitled "Calling All Government Contractors: What Vendors Need to Know About Political-Contribution Disclosures"
Firm Partner and Corporate Political Activity Law Practice Chair Rebecca Moll Freed, Esq. and Senior Associate Avi D. Kelin, Esq. recently penned a blog entitled "Calling All Government Contractors: What Vendors Need to Know About Political-Contribution Disclosures" which has been published by Lawline.
Pennsylvania Government Contractor Pay-to-Play Disclosure Deadline – February 15, 2021
Under Pennsylvania's pay-to-play disclosure law, any business entity that has been awarded any no-bid contract by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or any of its political subdivisions must file a disclosure with the Pennsylvania Department of State by February 15, 2021.
The Importance of Election Cycles
In our last blog, we addressed the applicability of reduced pay-to-play limits for government contractors and prospective government contractors. In this blog, as the first month of 2021 comes to a close, it is an opportune time to review the varying time periods applicable to traditional New Jersey campaign-finance limits. While some contribution limits operate on a calendar-year basis, not all contribution limits re-set in a new calendar year.
Know Your Pay-to-Play Limits: Taking Stock of Covered Contributors
2021 has been off to an eventful start politically. Although a lot is happening on the national stage, we cannot forget that 2021 is a big election year in New Jersey. Not only do we have an upcoming gubernatorial election, but all 120 seats in the New Jersey Legislature are up for grabs and hundreds of local candidates will be on the ballot.
Bergen County Twice-Annual Pay-to-Play Disclosure Deadline Approaches
Vendors that hold government contracts with Bergen County are required to file pay-to-play disclosures in January and July of each year. This requirement to file the Bergen County Sunshine Form and the REVUE 2 Form was enacted in 2013 when the County adopted its own local pay-to-play ordinance.
Genova Burns LLC Launches New "Compliance Corner" Column in Insider NJ
Genova Burns LLC is excited to announce that the firm is launching a new initiative entitled the "Compliance Corner" in Insider NJ. In this new column, Genova Burns attorneys will be providing regular insights on government-contracting, political-activity, and pay-to-play compliance to readers. We will be addressing popular topics, answering questions, and providing compliance tips.
Know Your (Pay-to-Play) Solicitation Limits: Fundraising for New Jersey’s 2021 Gubernatorial Election Has Begun
Our last blog post focused on the reduced contribution limits to New Jersey gubernatorial candidates that apply to business entities that hold or seek to remain eligible for New Jersey Executive Branch contracts. But it is not only directly making a contribution to a gubernatorial candidate that can jeopardize eligibility for State of New Jersey contracts.
Know Your (Pay-to-Play) Contribution Limits: Fundraising for New Jersey’s 2021 Gubernatorial Election Has Begun
The 2020 Presidential Election is right around the corner and New Jersey’s 2021 gubernatorial election is not far behind! Not only are invitations for socially-distanced and zoom events in connection with the 2020 general election hitting inboxes on a daily basis, but fundraising for the 2021 gubernatorial election has begun.
City of Newark Amends Pay-to-Play Ordinance: What Government Contractors Need to Know
The City of Newark originally imposed pay-to-play restrictions via executive order in 2007, an approach that was later formalized into ordinance in 2012.
Avi Kelin Pens Article in Jewish Link "Why all Businesses Need a Political-Activity Policy
Avi D. Kelin, Esq., Associate in the firm’s Corporate Political Activity Law practice, recently penned an article series for the Jewish Link, the second of which “Why all Businesses Need a Political-Activity Policy”, was published in their February 6th edition.
Avi Kelin Pens Article in Jewish Link "What all Businesses Need to Know About Political Activity"
Avi D. Kelin, Esq., Associate in the firm’s Corporate Political Activity Law practice, recently penned an article series for the Jewish Link, the first of which “What all Businesses Need to Know About Political Activity”, was published in their January 30th edition.
Governor Murphy, in State of the State Address, Focuses on Ethics and Pay-to-Play Reform
In Governor Murphy’s January 14, 2020 State of the State address, the first-term governor promised to propose, in the coming weeks, reforms to the State’s ethics laws, financial disclosures, and pay-to-play laws. The Governor highlighted that it has been more than a decade since the Executive and Legislative branches “undertook comprehensive ethics reform.”