Two years ago, Connecticut’s photogenic John I. Haymond took a big leap, joining Philadelphia trial lawyer Marvin Lundy to form a five-state personal injury conglomerate.

But like a messy Hollywood divorce, the match wound up in court before its second anniversary, with Lundy accusing Haymond of deceit, racketeering, fraud, even workplace sexual harassment and a pattern of keeping key partnership facts a secret.

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