Archive for December, 2004

Only 5 Courtroom Days Left Before New Years’

Sunday, December 5th, 2004

Because of the holidays and other matters, court will be in session only 5 days for the rest of December:
Dec. 8 and 9 (Wed and Thu)
Dec. 14, 15 and 16 (Tue, Wed, and Thu)
Jan. 6 and 7 (Thu and Fri)

WED AM: Henningfielld Withstands Bernick Barrage (with timely assists from Goldfarb and Judge)

Wednesday, December 1st, 2004

Mr. Bernick tried several different tacks to try to undercut Dr. Henningfield’s (and most readers’) characterization of the ‘63 Yeaman memo. He succeeded in the weaker tacks, but was thwarted in his stronger tacks–often at the last minute–by the repeated objections–most of which were sustained–of DOJ attorney Andrew Goldfarb.
Mr. Bernick began by offhandedly referring to […]

Testimony of Robert J. Dolan, Ph.D.

Wednesday, December 1st, 2004

Testimony of Robert J. Dolan, Ph.D.
From the DOJ’s Witness List:
Dolan, Robert J. Ph.D.
US Expert Witness
Dr. Dolan is currently Dean of the University of Michigan Business School. During his distinguished career, Dr. Dolan has held positions including:
–1976-1980: Associate Professor of Management Science and Marketing, University of Chicago Graduate School of Business
–1980-2001: Professor of […]


Wednesday, December 1st, 2004

Late in the day Tuesday came word of an unexpected match-up for tomorrow: Bernick vs. Henningfield.
The prize hanging in the balance: ownership of the import and meaning of the famed 1963 Addison Yeaman “We are, then, in the business of selling nicotine, an addictive drug” document.
The two men are at the peak of their […]