Documents detail FBI pick's high-profile clients

2017-07-10 22:30
A 2003 photo of Christopher Wray. (AP File)

A 2003 photo of Christopher Wray. (AP File)

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Washington - The lawyer tapped to be the next FBI director provided legal services to several high-profile clients and large corporations, documents show.

Office of Government Ethics documents released on Monday show Christopher Wray's list of clients includes Johnson & Johnson, Wells Fargo, Credit Suisse and fantasy sports providers DraftKings and FanDuel.

Wray works for the international law firm King & Spalding, mostly on white-collar crime and regulatory cases.

The documents show he earned $9.2 million as part of his annual partnership share at the firm.

Wray will have to step aside from direct involvement any matter involving the firm and its clients for a year if he is confirmed as FBI director.

Wray has a Senate hearing on Wednesday.

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