Since I can't post an entire article (ahem) you can read the entire article on BI "The Latest Twist In Yahoo's $2.7 Billion Mexican Lawsuit:
"The $2.7 billion legal judgment against Yahoo over a disputed partnership in Mexico was strange from the get-go.
But it keeps getting weirder.
The latest bit we've learned: The judge who oversaw the ruling in favor of Yahoo's former partner, Worldwide Directories, is no longer on the job.
That's according to El Economista, a Mexican newspaper, which tried to contact the judge, Jorge Luis Ramirez Sanchez.
Officials in the 49th Civil Court of the Federal District, where the case was originally heard, told the paper that the judge had been removed from office and was in training to be a justice of the peace.
In Mexico, a justice of the peace is typically a municipal or community authority who handles small cases and family disputes. That seems like a less prestigious post than hearing cases in a civil court.."
Yhoo also replaced their counsel in Mexico a few weeks ago so thing seems to be wrapping up in yhoo's favor. Didn't help today though.