The worlds largest mixed martial arts promotion company, Ultimate Fighting Championship, has been brawling with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman for two years, hoping to persuade a federal judge to lift a 1997 ban on MMA matches in the state. Schneiderman still hasn’t beat the case, but UFC’s lawyers at Morrison & Foerster barely managed to cling to the ropes (or stay in the cage, as it were) in a ruling Monday.
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