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Lobbying as a Legal Profession

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16.05.2013
1 hour 34 minutes

Lobbying has long been associated in the public’s mind with corruption, improper influence, secrecy, and corporate power. However, with the growing complexity of governments, whose activities affect all businesses and citizens, the need for advocates to provide timely, accurate, and relevant information to governmental decision-makers is even more acute. And the ability for those affected by government to be able to participate in and have a voice in governmental decisions remains an essential element of participatory democracy. This panel will explore what lobbyists do, how they do it, why lobbying is not only an honorable and valuable — but an essential — profession, and how disclosure laws can help instill public confidence in the profession

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Moderators:
Vladimir Pligin - Chairman of the Committee on the Constitutional Legislation, The State Duma of the Russian Federation
Thomas Susman - Director, Governmental Affairs Office at American Bar Association
Speakers:
Nicholas Allard - Joseph Crea Dean and Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School
Marc Kesselman - Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Pepsico Americas Foods and Frito Lay
Natalya Malyamina - Partner, Ivanyan&Partners
Hermann Schmitt - Partner, White & Case LLC
Anna Serebryanikova - Head of Legal Affairs and GR, Megafon
Andrey Yatskin - Plenipotentiary of the Government of the Russian Federation in the Council of Federation of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation

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Lobbying as a Legal Profession

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