It’s been over a year and a half since a radio host sued Taylor Swift, accusing her of getting him fired by claiming he had reached up her skirt and groped her at a meet-and-greet in Denver, Colorado. Swift countersued the former DJ, David “Jackson” Mueller, seeking damages for assault and battery. She announced that any money she won in the suit would be donated to charities “dedicated to protecting women from similar acts of sexual assault and personal disregard.”

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The legal battle is going strong according to The Wrap, which reports that both sides are trying to remove an expert witness from the other’s case. Swift’s legal team wants the former radio host’s witness, an economist, removed because he is “simply not qualified to offer opinions about Mueller’s prospects for future employment,” and admits he has no expertise in the radio industry.

Meanwhile, Mueller’s lawyers seek to exclude the testimony of Lorraine Bayard de Volo, a gender studies professor at the University of Colorado Boulder, claiming that she has no experience as an expert witness, and “intends to opine that Mr. Mueller had the profile of a person likely to sexually assault women.”

According to People, the trial date is set for early August.