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In the end, wholesale sneaker nike the company didn’t win that argument but still hopes to be able to keep trade secrets and other confidential financial data out of Armstrong’s hands as the battle for pretrial evidence in this case continues to escalate.
The government is suing Armstrong on behalf of the U.S. Postal Service, cheap wholesale nike sneakers which paid more than $30 million to sponsor his cycling team from 1998 to 2004. The government argues that Armstrong breached the team’s sponsorship contract by doping and then concealed it with false statements in order to keep the payments coming and avoid having to pay the money back nike sneakers wholesale.
In his defense, Armstrong’s attorneys say the case is wrongheaded because the government was not damaged by his doping and instead profited greatly from his success on the USPS team. They also have argued that the USPS should have known wholesale nike sneakers outlet about his doping long ago but didn’t file this case until it was too late under the statute of limitations.
"(Armstrong) is saying the U.S. Postal Service should have known wholesale nike sneakers online that he was doping because of allegations, because of publicly available information that is available to all of Armstrong’s sponsors," U.S. Justice Department attorney Greg Mason told the judge. "The United States is entitled to develop facts surrounding what other sponsors knew. If sponsors X, Y and Z were all in the dark, that undermines Armstrong’s argument that the Postal Service should have known."
Nike had sponsored Armstrong before firing him in 2012, citing evidence that he had engaged in doping and misled the company for more than a decade. The government wants information from Nike about what the company might have wholesale nike sneakers suppliers discussed with Armstrong about doping, such as whether he concealed it with false statements and had knowledge that his doping would end the company's sponsorship of him. Hernandez granted that request.