JAMES Hird's Federal Court fight will continue on Tuesday as he appeals a ruling that the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority's investigation into Essendon's 2012 supplements regime was lawful.
AFL.com.au will be back in court from 10am on Tuesday for LIVE coverage for the conclusion of the hearing.

Hird's solo challenge came after Federal Court Justice John Middleton rejected a challenge from the Essendon coach and the Bombers questioning the legality of ASADA's joint investigation with the AFL in September.
Following the ruling, ASADA re-issued detailed show-cause notices and summaries of evidence to 34 past and present Bombers players. 
Hird is appealing against the wishes of the club and the players involved, and his lawyers maintain ASADA acted beyond its power.
ASADA's stance, revealed in documents released by the Federal Court on Friday, argues that the interests of the AFL and public must be considered alongside those of the 34 Essendon players facing potential doping charges.
Relive all the action from Monday's live chat with Nick Bowen below.