Tag Archives: personal financial disclosure

Congressionally Commissioned Report Recommends Shelving Key STOCK Act Provision

With near-unanimous bipartisan majorities, Congress last year passed the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge (“STOCK”) Act in an effort to confront alleged insider trading by federal officials.  A major part of that legislation required that financial information of high-level government employees be disclosed in a searchable, sortable, and downloadable internet database.  Although the officials’ underlying … Continue Reading

’Tis the Season: Vetting and Confirmation Season For Presidential Appointees Is Already Underway

It may seem odd, given that we are still two weeks away from the presidential election, but we are already starting to get calls from both Republican and Democratic aspirants for presidential appointments in the next administration, even before we know whose administration it will be.  Presidential appointees must endure a highly intrusive “vetting” process … Continue Reading
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