NJ 'Pay To Play' Compliance Is More Important Than Ever

Law360, New York (May 17, 2017, 12:28 PM EDT) -- With the 2016 federal elections in the rearview mirror, political eyes around the country are now turning to state and local campaigns for the rest of the year. This is especially true in New Jersey, where the offices of governor and lieutenant governor, as well as all 120 state legislative seats, are up for election in November 2017.

With New Jersey having some of the most stringent, far-reaching and complex "pay to play" laws in the nation, it is important to review a few of the risk areas that can arise from political contributions and fundraising.

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