Jul 13, 2011, 5:40 PM EST
Someone representing Bryan Stow’s interests — a family member or a lawyer — will be a member of the unsecured creditor’s committee in the Los Angeles Dodgers bankruptcy. Other creditors on the committee — which approves decisions on behalf of those to whom the Dodgers owe unsecured debt — include the Players’ Association and KABC radio. No word if Manny Ramirez made it on there in his individual capacity, but I’m guessing not.
The Dodgers don’t technically owe Stow any money yet, but Stow’s family has sued the Dodgers for the Opening Day attack, and stand a good chance of being awarded something, be it in settlement or litigation, so it makes sense for them to be on it.
The next hearing in the Dodgers’ saga will be next Wednesday.
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