UFC Blasts Emergency Doc Bid In Fighters' Antitrust Suit

Law360, New York (July 17, 2017, 6:32 PM EDT) -- The UFC urged a Nevada federal court Friday to reject a bid by mixed martial arts fighters to force the production of purportedly privileged documents in an antitrust suit against the organization, arguing it has already reviewed thousands of documents at the fighters' request.

UFC parent Zuffa LLC filed an opposition to the fighters' June emergency motion to compel some 30,000 documents that have been withheld as protected by attorney-client privilege or as attorney work product. The fighters had argued that the UFC waived its right to claim privilege on any documents now because the organization's production has been so deficient...

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