Armstrong Says Gov't Can't Show He Asked For $32M Payout

Law360, New York (July 12, 2016, 3:24 PM EDT) -- Disgraced cycling star Lance Armstrong hit back Monday at the government’s April push to establish the amount of money it paid out in sponsorship dollars while he lied about his use of performance-enhancing drugs, saying the government failed to show he had a hand in 42 invoices totaling more than $32 million in funds.

The government moved in April for a partial summary judgment finding that Armstrong, through cycling team Tailwind, presented requests for about $32.3 million in sponsorship payments between June 2000 and October 2004,...
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LANDIS v. TAILWIND SPORTS CORPORATION et al


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1:10-cv-00976

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District Of Columbia

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Christopher R. Cooper

Date Filed

June 10, 2010

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