Lawyers from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe on Wednesday succeeded in disqualifying celebrity lawyer Lisa Bloom in a wrongful termination case against Crown Media Holdings, Inc., parent of the Hallmark channel, brought by a former host.

Mark Steines, who previously co-hosted the show “Home and Family,” sued Crown Media in Los Angeles federal court, claiming that he was wrongly fired after he blew the whistle on harassment by an executive producer of the show.

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