Newly confirmed Justice Brett Kavanaugh will sit out arguments later this fall in three cases involving securities, international immunities and Medicare—and potentially more as the term progresses.

All three cases arise from Kavanaugh’s previous service on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. He sat as a member of a three-judge panel on two and participated in an en banc order in the third.

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