“CLE Program: Citizens United? Evaluating the 2012 Presidential Election In A ‘Super PAC’ World, TUESDAY, December 4, 2012”

The following announcement arrived via email:

Citizens United? Evaluating The 2012 Presidential Election In A “Super PAC” World

Join us to evaluate the first Presidential Election since the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United.  How did Citizens United, and other related cases, affect the campaign finance landscape during the 2012 election?  Panelists will examine corporate political activity in 2012, including the rise Super PACs, hybrid PACs, and 501(c)(4) organizations, and discuss the shareholder litigation and other investor actions undertaken in response to Citizens United.

Panelists will include free speech advocates, proponents of regulation, and election law practitioners to debate the campaign finance lessons from the 2012 election.



Tuesday, December 4, 2012, 5:00 – 6:30 p.m.

American Bar Association

740 15th St., NW, John Marshall Conference Room



§  Jason Abel, Allen & Overy LLP, former counsel to Sen. Schumer

§  Allen Dickerson, Center for Competitive Politics

§  Benjamin Ginsberg, Patton Boggs, Counsel to Romney for President (tentative)

§  Robert Lenhard, Covington & Burling LLP, former FEC Chairman

§  Larry Norton, Venable LLP, former FEC General Counsel

§  Don Simon, Sonosky Chambers LLP, Counsel to Democracy 21

 Moderator §  Claire Rajan, Co-Chair, IRR First Amendment Rights Committee; Allen & Overy LLP

Registration info.


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