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Topic - Dean Boland
The latest in a string of lawyers who have represented a New York man in a multibillion lawsuit against Facebook is expected to ask a federal judge Tuesday for permission to withdraw from the case.
A New York man claiming part ownership of Facebook indicated Tuesday that his lawyer wants off the case because he's received threats, but he opposed the lawyer's motion to withdraw.
A federal judge has again ordered a New York man who's suing for part ownership of Facebook to turn over a letter from a previous lawyer to the social media company's attorneys.
A federal judge on Wednesday again ordered the release of a letter that Facebook says can help prove that a man's lawsuit claiming half ownership of the multibillion-dollar company is a fraud.
An upstate New York man who says he's entitled to half ownership of Facebook has added five attorneys to his legal team.
Lawyers for Facebook are looking for $84,000 in legal fees from a New York man after a judge ruled he caused delays in his lawsuit seeking part ownership in the social networking site.
A man who is suing for part ownership of Facebook has been fined $5,000 for failing to fully comply with a court order to give experts access to his email accounts.
The judge gave Boland until Dec. 4 to respond and said he'd rule on the request after that.
Boland said he would stand by his belief that "I can no longer professionally and ethically represent Mr. Ceglia's interests over my own interests."