A trial will begin on Monday in the memorabilia fraud case surrounding Eli Manning and the Giants.
Superior Court judge James DeLuca last month sent the case to trial in what was the latest development in a case that has lingered since 2014.
The Giants, Manning, and Steiner are alleged to have falsely claimed that two helmets were game-used when they were not. The plaintiffs' lawyers last year uncovered an email Manning sent to the Giants equipment director in 2010 when he asked for "2 helmets that can pass as game used."
Last month, DeLuca dismissed select other charges by plaintiffs Michael Jakab, Sean Godown, and Eric Inselberg.
However, a new judge, Charles Power, is taking over for DeLuca due to routine rotation of judges, according to the New York Daily News. The change coincidentally came after the plaintiffs asked DeLuca to be removed from the case due to the fact that he owned two Giants personal seat licenses.
Manning has denied all wrongdoing in the case.