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Michael Pfeifer is member of Dentons' Political Law, Ethics and Disclosure team, providing election law, campaign finance, government ethics, and lobbying compliance counsel and representation to non-profit entities, trade associations, political action committees (PACs), corporations and other business entities in the climate, transportation, technology, financial services, and energy sectors. He also represents elected officials at the federal, state and local levels. As Chief Legal Counsel to a national nonprofit seeking to expand vote-at-home systems around the country, he has also developed a track record as a go-to voting rights advocate to help his clients advance commonsense, voter-centric election laws around the country. Mike has represented clients in connection with governmental and regulatory investigations and hearings before federal and state agencies and legislative committees, including the Federal Election Commission, the Office of Congressional Ethics, the House Committee on Oversight & Reform, and the House Committee on Ethics. He has also advised numerous companies on the creation and implementation of compliance programs regarding federal, state and local pay-to-play, lobbying tracking, and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) prohibitions.
University of Virginia School of Law, 2015, JD.
Recent: Contributor to the Award-Winning "Pay to Play Blog"
Member; Kiwanis International Service Club