SAN DIEGO (AP) -A judge has decided a sports marketer's civil suit against former Heisman Trophy winner Reggie Bush will proceed in open court instead of going to confidential arbitration.
Lawyers for Lloyd Lake argued in San Diego Superior Court on Friday that the former Southern California star is trying to hide details from NCAA investigators about gifts he allegedly took from Lake's New Era Sports agency while playing for the Trojans.
Attorneys for Bush say they want to protect his financial information from public disclosure.
Lake is seeking to recoup about $291,000 in cash and gifts the New Orleans Saints running back and his family allegedly accepted during Bush's sophomore and junior years.
Bush has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing.

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