Posts Tagged ‘Citizens United’

Neil Reiff Quoted in Mother Jones

Posted on August 15th, 2012

Neil Reiff was quoted in a Mother Jones article discussing the latest developments in campaign finance and election law cases. The article explains that after waves of cases that led to the rise of SuperPACs and deregulated campaign finance laws, including Citizens United v. FEC, a new wave of decisions has begun to limit and even roll back their impact. It’s here that Mr. Reiff tells Mother Jones: “The free speech crew’s winning streak has hit a bump in the road.”

You can read the entire article here.

Neil Reiff Featured in Campaign & Election’s “Shop Talk”

Posted on March 20th, 2012

Campaigns and Elections magazine is up with a new round table-style article today, reflecting on Citizens United and the “new world of money and politics,” featuring Neil Reiff. He discusses the impact of the SpeechNow.org case, the permeation of Super PACs into Senate and House races, the impact of BCRA on state and local parties, and more.

He was one of five election lawyers to be featured in the article, along with Mark Elias of Perkins Coie, former FEC Chair Robert Lenhard (now at Covington and Burling), former FEC Chairman Michael Toner (now at Wiley Rein), and Jason Torchinsky of Holtzman Vogel.

Sandler Disusses Super PACs And Online Fundraising

Posted on October 18th, 2011

 

Joseph Sandler spoke on Digital Politics Radio as an expert on FEC matters. Digital Politics Radio is a weekly web radio show produced by the E-Voter Institute, a nonpartisan organization focused on encouraging the use of online resources in political and advocacy campaigns. Mr. Sandler was interviewed by Karen Jagoda, President of the E-Voter Institute. Mr. Sandler and Ms. Jagoda discussed the rise of Super PACs and 501(c)4 organizations since the Supreme Court’s Citizen’s United decision. They further discussed the role of independent expenditure organizations, issues surrounding online ads and fundraising and the rise of mobile politics. 

For the full interview, please visit the E-Voter Institute website here.

1025 Vermont Ave. NW | Suite 300 | Washington, DC 20005 | (202) 479-1111