On Monday, the Circuit Court of Cook County set a trial date for the CM Punk-Colt Cabana versus WWE Doctor Chris Amann lawsuit of Monday, June 27, 2016 starting at 9:30 a.m.

The presiding judge will be Marcia Maras. According to a separate court document effective April 1, the circuit court is going through a transition period of assigning cases.

Amann vs. Punk & Cabana was assigned to Judge Maras in Court Room 2006 in Chicago as part of falling within the transition period window of May 1 to July 31.

For the uninitiated, the lawsuit stems from comments CM Punk made on the Thanksgiving 2014 edition of Colt Cabana’s Art of Wrestling Podcast. In the episode CM Punk broke his silence on his departure from professional wrestling earlier that year. CM Punk told a story of frustration regarding creative and WWE medical staff in regards to treating concussions along with a staph infection and what was termed to be a baseball size mass above his waistline.

Coming off the claims made on the podcast WWE released a video on the website showing the mass during the last day in the company at the Royal Rumble was not there. The doctor is suing for $2 million in damages ($1 million from Punk/$1 million from Cabana) claiming that the podcast hurts his standing within WWE.

As the months have gone on, Punk and Cabana have attempted to get the suit dismissed claiming First Amendment rights, WWE countered that Colt is a news outlet and should have reached out to WWE before the podcast published.