DOJ Seeks $5.2M Fine Against Nonreporting Lobbyist

Law360, Los Angeles (March 18, 2014, 10:38 PM ET) -- Federal prosecutors slapped Alan Mauk Associates Ltd., which has lobbied Congress over Native American roads and other transportation issues, with a D.C. federal suit Friday seeking up to $5.2 million for failing to file reports required under the Lobbying Disclosure Act.

The U.S. Department of Justice accused the firm of not filing quarterly LD-2 reports regarding its lobbying activities on at least 13 occasions, and failing to file semiannual LD-203 reports regarding its disclosing its political contributions the same number of times.

The civil complaint says...
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