Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy’s son Gregory is a managing director of Credit Suisse, the investment banking firm that is a party in a major antitrust case set for argument before his father’s court March 27.

It is apparently because of his son’s employment that Kennedy on Monday suddenly recused in the case, Credit Suisse v. Billing, after having participated in the decision last December to grant review.

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