Plaintiffs' motion in limine to exclude evidence of defendants' costs and expenses regarding sales of their products was denied where defendants had produced 5 years of tax returns in discovery and 3 more years of returns before the final pre-trial. "Defendants . . . assert that Plaintiffs never raised a discovery dispute with the Court nor filed a motion to compel further detail or supplementation. Tax returns, filed under the penalty of perjury, are evidence which the jury can consider for the calculation of profits and/or losses."
Rainworks Limited v. Mill-Rose Company, 1-06-cv-01549 (OHND May 11, 2010, Order) (Boyko, J.)