Last week, in Part I of an expose on Bridgeport Guardians v. Delmonte (Law Tribune, Feb. 20, 2012), I introduced readers to a poster case for the shenanigans and machinations that can occur in a federal court race case when no one is looking. In follow-ups, I will show what happens when someone starts looking and dares to object, but is shooed away by the judge, whose questionable orders issue with the blessing of colluding parties.
Bridgeport Guardians Case: Moving The Money Around
The Connecticut Law Tribune
February 27, 2012
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