4th Circuit's Luttig Takes Off for Boeing GC Position

, Legal Times

Judge J. Michael Luttig, a Supreme Court contender and longtime fixture of the conservative legal landscape, made a sudden announcement Wednesday that he was leaving the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals immediately for the job of senior vice president and general counsel of the Boeing Co. Luttig acknowledged that federal judges' low pay was a factor in his decision and added, somewhat tongue in cheek, that in his talks with Boeing "all I asked was that they match my current salary."

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