1 In 10 Fed Judges Took Recent Trip On Corporate Dime: Study

Law360, New York (March 29, 2013, 6:24 PM EDT) -- Many in the federal judiciary continue to travel on corporate America's dime, according to The Center for Public Integrity, which found in a report released Thursday that one in 10 judges has accepted expense-paid trips to judicial education seminars in recent years, many backed by conservative foundations and multinationals.  

The group identified 185 federal district and appeals court judges who reported attending one or more of 109 seminars sponsored by groups like Searle Freedom Trust, AT&T Inc., 3M Company and the Charles G. Koch Charitable...
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