AP Picks Up On TNA’s WWE Lawsuit; WWE Attorney Comments

Nick Paglino

Ric FlairThe Associated Press has picked up on the news of TNA filing a lawsuit against WWE for allegedly leaking confidential information, and you can read more details on the suit by clicking on the above link. The following is an excpert from The AP report, in which WWE attorney Jerry McDevitt comments on the case:

McDevitt said that WWE never asked Wittenstein to disclose the information and that the company fired him when he did. Furthermore, WWE told TNA officials about the breach and sent back the information Wittenstein leaked.

"To us, it's no good deed goes unpunished kind of thing," McDevitt said. "They sued us for doing the right thing."

Davidson County Chancellor Ellen Hobbs Lyle has signed a restraining order barring WWE from using the information to solicit wrestlers from TNA and from interfering with any of its contracts. The order also bars WWE from destroying any of the information.

A hearing on the matter is set for June 11.

You can read more by clicking on the above link.

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