Lobbying without a Lobby: The Challenge of Government Relations During a Pandemic, Why You Need Help with Government, and Lobbying Ethics
October 6, 2020
How do you engage with government when it’s working remotely? The pandemic has demonstrated the need for business lawyers to seek assistance from those with access (even when offices are closed) to government officials on a wide variety of issues including obtaining financial relief for companies and nonprofits, receiving essential business designations, advancing legislation, and determining whether to reopen. This webinar will help you determine how to best access these resources in advance of and after the upcoming crucial November election, as well as understand the reporting obligations and ethics of interacting with government.
- Jonathan L. Bing (moderator), Government Law & Policy Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig, LLP and former New York State Assembly Member, New York, NY
- Jim Hodges, President & CEO, McGuireWoods Consulting LLC, Partner, McGuireWoods LLP and former Governor of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
- Jennie Unger Skelton, Co-Founder/Partner, Politicom Law, Sausalito, CA
- Kia D. Floyd, Head of Public Policy, U.S. East & Midwest Regions, Facebook, New York, NY
- David Sterling, Chief Counsel, Arkansas Department of Human Services, Little Rock, AR
- Dayan Hochman-Vigil, State Representative, New Mexico, Owner/Managing Partner, DHV Law, LLC, Albuquerque, NM
Presented by: Government Affairs Practice Committee
Members of the Business Law Section may access the audio, program materials, and video from this program. Log in using your email address. CLE credit is only available to those attending the live programs.