More than 50 wrestlers sued Connecticut-based World Wrestling Entertainment, or WWE, claiming it knew—but never disclosed—the risk associated with the sport.
But it was Massachusetts plaintiff counsel Konstantine Kyros and his firm, who judges singled out for plagiarism, false claims and other misbehavior in a case that featured wrestling legends and Big Law.
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