City Lobbying Law Change Expands Regulatory Obligations

, New York Law Journal

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Larry Levy and Andrew Rafalaf of Bracewell & Giuliani review the significant amendments to New York City's Lobbying Law, which, most notably, expand the definition of lobbying, alter the financial threshold that triggers reporting requirements, carve out specific rules for architects and engineers, and create a new enforcement regime.

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Originally appeared in print as City Lobbying Law Change Expands Minefield of Regulatory Obligations

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