Mitchell Dolin, a Covington partner designated as the firm’s spokesperson, declined to comment. Patrick Courtney, a spokesperson for MLB, also declined to comment.

In January, Clemens was asked to testify before a congressional committee investigating steroids in baseball. The hearing, scheduled for Feb. 13, comes on the heels of a report prepared by former senator George Mitchell — and commissioned by Major League Baseball — that linked Clemens and 90 other players to performance enhancing drugs based on various sources. The report was supposed to serve as the league’s definitive inquiry into the issue.