The back bone of American politics is people, not PACs, parties or even presidential campaigns. Major donors, executives, employers and volunteers all need clear understandable guidelines on how to become lawfully engaged in politics. The Arent Fox Political Law Practice has counseled corporate executives, high-net-worth individuals, sports teams, media commentators, current and former independent expenditures Members of Congress, donors, and individual citizens who want to participate in lobbying, issue-oriented speech and campaigns.
We work with fundraisers, nationally-known political organizations, pollsters and political consultants, software manufacturers and media agencies to devise the right political products that work for you and your target audience.
Craig Engle has personally participated in the design of over 500 political advertisements, issue advocacy organizations and social media campaigns. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Washington Post, Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal, plus network and cable news outlets such as CNN and ABC Nightly News and in numerous social media forums. The goal of all these representations is to make sure every donor’s money is spent in a way that puts lead on the target.
The Political Law Practice will also come to your corporate location to help explain to employers, employees and donors the various ways they can become involved in politics, and to help any organization implement a political compliance program.
Finally, it is critically important for politically active clients to have a candid, trustworthy and confidential relationship with their Political Law Attorney. Over his 30 years in this business, Craig Engle and the entire Arent Fox Political Law Practice have prided themselves as bringing that very service to some of the most senior members of government, business and in politics.