Neil Reiff discussed campaign/Super-PAC coordination this week with Campaigns & Elections:
Get the firewalls up before working on expanding the clients, advised Neil Reiff, a campaign finance attorney at Sandler, Reiff, Lamb, Rosenstein & Birkenstock, P.C. “The big thing is having enough personnel to properly service both sides of the firewall. There’s no mobility between the independent and coordinated sides.”
Before going through the effort and time consuming expense of structuring a firewall, though, firms should take stock of their client list and what business they’re pitching, said Reiff. “Just because you create a firewall doesn’t mean the business is necessarily there.”
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