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In Bard Access Case Over Venous Catheter Pay Closings Say No Extraction from 2nd Animal

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Maxwell Book
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 23 – Bard Access Systems was sued by 3DT Holdings LLC over a venous catheter payment dispute and a bench trial is coming up.  

 On March 25, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Lewis J. Liman held a pre-trial conference. Inner City Press covered it.

  Judge Liman told the parties that direct testimony will be in writing, and only the cross examination live in court. Counsel asked if it might be permitted to do the direct examination live to, if only for an audience of one.

Among the "people, places and institutions likely to be mentioned" are the FDA, Lucent, Poliac, NeoMatrix, Eddie K. Burnside and a dozen other individuals.

On May 20 in advance of the May 23 bench trial start date, another conference was held and Inner City Press covered it. Along with scheduling matters - the length of the lunch break, when a guilty plea might be be taken - the parties asked to seal the courtroom.

  The response was that perhaps no one would go to see the trial. The parties both agreed not to request - or allow? - a listen only call in line for the press and public, such as existed in the Guo bench trial.

On May 23, witness Ghassan Kassab was on the stand, being asked about email chains about a bench study, and an "animal facility."  There were four other people in the gallery, three sitting right next to each other. The emails involved Anthony Misener, due to testify on May 24 -- there is a dispute about Eddie K. Burnside on May 24 or 25.

On May 24, a witness said he couldn't remember if his meeting notes were accurate. But they dealt repeatedly with animal studies, in February, March. Into the docket when counter-designations for testimony of Ed Burnside.

On May 27, Bard filed a motion to exclude or disregard the testimony of Wiley Thomas Waddall, saying he used "unreliable, speculative and untestable methodologies."

On June 15 there were closing arguments. On the screen a slide including "no viable evidence extracted from the second animal." Now, (bench trial) verdict watch. Watch this site.

The case is 3DT Holdings LLC v. Bard Access Systems Inc., 17-cv-5463 (Liman)  


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