It was a surprising development — since Ireland earlier had agreed to represent Mastro throughout the trial, despite the possibility she would not be paid for her work. Reasons for the request were not given in the legal papers filed today in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Seattle.
Ireland was appointed to represent Mastro after the developer was hospitalized for a head injury in February after falling off a ladder at his home in Palm Desert, Calif. Ireland late last month was able to reach a $7.1 million settlement with bankruptcy.
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Mastro Guardian Ireland Wants Out of the Case