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Nike seeks to keep marketing executives out of Michael Avenatti trial

Reuters Thursday, 2 January 2020
Nike Inc asked a judge to block Michael Avenatti from having five of its sports marketing officials testify at his upcoming criminal trial, calling their testimony irrelevant to whether the California lawyer tried to extort the company.
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Reuters reports Nike Inc is asking a judge, "Just Not Do It." The sportswear giant asked a judge to block Michael Avenatti from having five of its sports marketing officials testify at his criminal trial. As to whether the California lawyer tried to extort the company, the company is calling its...

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