A law firm pursuing a suit against Uber Technologies Inc. claims it found new evidence supporting its argument that it shouldn’t be disqualified from the case because of the work one of its lawyers handled while working alongside the ride sharing company in a prior gig with the Chamber of Commerce.

The source of the evidence? Declarations in a new suit filed against the law firm by Uber’s biggest rival, Lyft Inc.

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