Yes she could. Moreover she should. The Coalition has tainted the entire process, is not a good-faith actor and its odious continuing presence on this stage dooms any chance of a consensual resolution. At least the Nazis had the good sense to flee to South America.
What’s the daily burn rate these days?
Not my bailiwick, but if she can ditch a mediator with a flick of her wand, it would seem so. Right? In the event that happens, the “substantial contribution” argument by which they advanced the request (demand?) for payment of BrownRudnick’s fees would almost certainly go bye bye. Substantial contributor and obstructionist perch on the opposite ends of the teeter totter, me thinks.
May not be a bad idea. That could shake things up a bit. I don't think she has been happy with the coalition (asking for payments from BSA, fights between Kosnoff/KR, etc.) She sees that the voting percent didn't hit high enough and now this mess.
Perhaps use it as a threat for now.
In July-August, 2020 the Judge included the "Coalition of Abused Scouts for Justice" as part of the Mediation Party.
Could the Judge also remove the "Coalition" from the Mediation Party?