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MLB Withdraws Efforts To Disqualify Dodgers' Bankruptcy Counsel
Published October 11, 2011
The court-appointed mediator in the case, former U.S. District Court Judge Joseph Farnan, also suggested MLB drop the motion, the league said in its filing. The Dodgers had argued MLB's disqualification bid was a "blatant tactical maneuver" aimed at injuring the club's reorganization efforts. The league did reserve the right to re-file the disqualification motion at a later date, if desired.