When major-league baseball and its umpires need a referee, they come to Senior U.S. District Judge Edmund V. Ludwig in Philadelphia.

This time the dispute is all about whether the umpires can resign en masse to form their own corporation and still get their lucrative severance pay — up to $400,000 in a lump sum for those with 20 years of service.

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