Baltimore Attorneys Obtain Order to Unseal Report on Starr Commission Leaks

Attorneys from Brown, Goldstein & Levy in Baltimore waded into the battle over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s record and succeeded in having unsealed a confidential 1999 report on alleged improper leaks from the Starr Commission.

Andrew FreemanKobie Flowers, Jean Zachariasiewicz, and Neel Lalchandani litigated the case on an expedited basis on behalf of American Oversight, a watchdog group focused on the executive branch.

American Oversight requested access to a report into leaks from Kenneth Starr’s office, where Kavanaugh worked as a prosecutor. The group filed an action in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, and Judge Royce C. Lamberth ordered the report to be unsealed and released.