Walmart Atty Tapped For Ark. Court Seat Lists $644K Assets

Law360 (November 6, 2019, 8:33 PM EST) -- A Walmart corporate attorney chosen for an Arkansas federal court seat by President Donald Trump reported personal assets of more than $644,000 in financial disclosures to Congress accompanying his nomination, records show.

Lee P. Rudofsky, whose selection for the state's Eastern District is poised for a final vote Thursday in the U.S. Senate, had earned just over $142,000 from the retail giant in salary and bonus income through July 9, according to a form released by the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.

Rudofsky, a onetime Kirkland & Ellis LLP lawyer, last year took home just under $100,000 from Walmart Inc. and almost $82,000...

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