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Landis faces the CAS panel in New York today. I don't have the wherewithal to cover it, and the international media have descended on the scene to deliver the story. VN too, of course, as well as the trusty Trust But Verify, who will scrounge up details as they emerge from behind the closed doors. Comment away, if you must. And a question: what is the standard for overturning on appeal? In US Civil Courts, factual findings are usually rubber stamped on appeal unless you can show "clear error," though that's a mushy enough term for an itchy judge to work with.