Attorneys specializing in election law handle cases involving election financing and campaigns, such as campaign contribution limits, as well as election fraud and the framework under which political parties may organize. Examples of their work also include cases involving corporate campaign contributions, how lobbyists are regulated on both state and federal levels, and ethics issues such as when a public official may or may not accept a personal gift, and what the reporting requirements are when lobbyists give personalized plaques or trophies to government officials.
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