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FEC v. Lee


On October 26, 1988, the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California entered a consent order in FEC v. Roger Lee (Civil Action No. 88-02640). The FEC filed the suit against Mr. Roger Lee, President and Director of the Bekins Company, alleging that Mr. Lee had violated section 441b(a) of the election law.

In his capacity as Chief Financial Officer of the Bekins Company, Mr. Lee consented to corporate reimbursements for employees who made contributions to Senator John Glenn's 1984 Presidential primary campaign.

In settlement of this litigation, Mr. Lee agreed to pay $5,000 civil penalty for these violations within 30 days of the court's order.

Source:   FEC Record December 1988