|Faculty:||Jisha V. Dymond|
|Production Date:||July 20 2012|
Join returning faculty member Jisha Dymond in this highly relevant and timely program on election year issues. Ms. Dymond introduces the program by providing a general discussion on the 2012 presidential general election cycle and the Supreme Court's landmark ruling in Citizens United v. FEC. Ms. Dymond then delves into corporate political spending with a specific focus on developing public policy positions for review, hiring lobbyists and creating a separate aggregation fund (aka Political Action Committees or PACs). She also explores topics such as trade associations and social welfare organizations, SuperPacs and nominating conventions. Additionally, Ms Dymond illuminates governance and disclosure considerations in corporate political spending as well as issues concerning personal participation by corporate officers and "Pay-to-Play" Laws. Do not miss out on this extremely current and informative program!
I. Familiarity with 2012 Presidential General Election Cycle
II. Understand Citizens United v. FEC
III. Developing Public Policy Positions & Hiring Lobbyists
IV. Learn About PACs Creation
V. Know Corporate Governance & Disclosure Considerations
thomas (chicago, IL)
good flow, clearly presented. good lead-in to subtopics
Eric (New York, NY)
Richard (Jackson Heights, NY)
She is good.