Tag: Pay-to-play

Will U.S. Supreme Court Limit Civil Asset Forfeiture?

NJ Appeals Court Upholds Disqualification for $500 Pay-to-Play Violation

In a recent decision, the Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court affirmed agency decisions rescinding approximately $7 million in state contracts to a local paving company. As a result of the $500 political donation, the company was also disqualified from any state contract through the remainder of Gov.

Court Finds Atlantic County Contract Violated Pay-to-Play Ordinance

Court Finds Atlantic County Contract Violated Pay-to-Play Ordinance

In Schroeder v. County of Atlantic, a New Jersey court addressed the applicability of a local pay-to-play ordinance where the contributions in question were made to the State campaign rather than the county campaign of a current holder of county public office. The decision provides useful guidance to New Jersey