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Brett Kavanaugh’s former women law clerks who were willing to discuss the fast-moving controversy surrounding his Supreme Court nomination still support him as he prepares to defend himself before the Senate Judiciary Committee from an accusation of sexual misconduct.
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Tony Mauro, based in Washington, covers the U.S. Supreme Court. A lead writer for ALM's Supreme Court Brief, Tony focuses on the court's history and traditions, appellate advocacy and the SCOTUS cases that matter most to business litigators. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org. On Twitter: @Tonymauro
The firm claims that a former associate brought claims that were "knowingly baseless," due to a release she signed upon termination from the firm. Morrison & Foerster claims Sanford Heisler Sharp, the firm representing the anonymous plaintiff and six others, should have known her claims were "groundless."