CHICAGO -- Michael Jordan was back in federal court again today as his case against the now defunct supermarket chain Dominick’s continues.
Jordan didn't testify today but could take the stand as early as tomorrow.
A judge has already ruled Dominick’s was liable for using Jordan’s likeness without his permission, but lawyers are trying to minimize the financial penalties.
On Wednesday, his attorneys pointed out Jordan made more than $500 million in endorsements since he retired.
Lawyers for Dominick's admit the store should have received Jordan's permission before running the ad.