campaign finance law

Three Options for Prosecuting a President’s Offences—Plus a Wildcard

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Aug 23rd, 2018

The Campaign Finance Case Against Donald Trump is a Strong One: Just Ask John Edwards’ Prosecutors

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Aug 23rd, 2018

Why Michael Cohen May End Up Cooperating Despite No Cooperation Deal

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Aug 21st, 2018

Trump Could Learn from Gore on How to Handle an Election Interference Scandal

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Aug 9th, 2018

Who Says Collusion is a Crime: The Justice Department

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Aug 1st, 2018

Mueller’s Choice of Criminal Charges: Why the Trump Team Should Be Very Worried

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Mar 12th, 2018

The Trump Campaign-Russia Alliance and Campaign Finance

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Jan 19th, 2018

The Trump-Russia-WikiLeaks Alliance and Campaign Finance Laws

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Nov 20th, 2017

Trump’s Attacks on the Russian Investigation: Not Just Talking, But Slow Walking—and Maybe Worse

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Oct 5th, 2017

Fox’s Seth Rich Story, Don Jr’s Statement, and Legal Implications for the President

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Aug 2nd, 2017

If “Love” Knows No Bounds: On Criminal “Intent” and the Scope of Campaign Finance Law

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Jul 25th, 2017

Considering the Legal Defenses of the Trump Jr. Meeting

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Jul 14th, 2017

What Trump Jr. Did Was Bad, But It Probably Didn’t Violate Federal Campaign Finance Law

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Jul 14th, 2017

Not Just a Personal Problem for Trump Jr.–Now Trouble for the Trump Campaign and Trump Sr.

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Jul 11th, 2017

Open Door to Moscow? New Facts in the Potential Criminal Case of Trump Campaign Coordination with Russia

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Jul 10th, 2017

When Collusion with Russia Becomes a Crime: Part III — “Aiding and Abetting”

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Jun 21st, 2017

Campaign Finance Law: When “Collusion” Becomes a Crime: Part II

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Jun 7th, 2017

Campaign Finance Law: When “Collusion” with a Foreign Government Becomes a Crime

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Jun 2nd, 2017