Law360, Washington (August 10, 2018, 8:43 PM EDT) -- Whether it involved the price of sports tickets for the White House chief of staff or the type of stationery the president needed to use to communicate with political candidates, U.S. Supreme Court nominee D.C. Circuit Judge Brett Kavanaugh became a go-to guy for ethics issues during his stint as a White House lawyer in the early 2000s, newly released documents show.
In addition to working on former President George W. Bush’s judicial nominations, Kavanaugh fielded a barrage of questions from colleagues while he was a senior associate counsel, Law360 found in a review of documents released by the Senate Judiciary...
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