Recently, Pepper Hamilton hosted an event entitled “Show Me the Money: Who’s Looking at the Federal State and Local Campaign Contributions and Why?” for the ABA’s Philadelphia Young Lawyers Division of the White Collar Crime Committee.
Michael Schwartz, a Pepper partner in the Commercial Litigation, White Collar and Corporate Investigations and Media and Communications Practice Groups moderated this interesting event.
Panelists included Richard Barrett, Assistant U.S. Attorney, District Election Officer, and Chief of the Corruption, Labor Racketeering and Tax Section, United States Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania; J. Shane Creamer, Jr., Executive Director with the Philadelphia Board of Ethics; Joan Markman, Chief Integrity Officer of the City of Philadelphia; and Zach Stalberg, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Committee of Seventy.
This podcast includes the panel discussion on conduit campaign contributions, the Hobbs Act extortion, current enforcement trends and other federal election issues.
(Running Time: 1:06:14)
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