Judge Holds Off On Stopping Tough Mudder Split, For Now

By Chris Villani (January 18, 2019, 2:40 PM EST) -- Tough Mudder will be able to proceed with a spinoff of a studio fitness business from its obstacle course business, provided it can show a Massachusetts federal judge it is not dividing its corporate entity and can pay a judgment sought by a proposed class of runners who sued over a relocated event, the judge said Thursday.

U.S. District Judge Timothy S. Hillman declined to rule on a bid by the runners to stop the spinoff, instead giving Tough Mudder five days to produce an affidavit from a corporate higher-up confirming what the company's lawyers had told the court. Earlier this...

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