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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.
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.
A judge on Wednesday gave Facebook access to the personal email accounts of a man suing for half ownership of the social networking website and ordered him to explain why he can't produce documents its lawyers believe are evidence.
A New York man suing Mark Zuckerberg for a stake in Facebook has changed attorneys as the multibillion-dollar social media company pushes for access to a contract and emails that form the basis of his case _ documents that Zuckerberg's attorneys call fakes.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Leslie Foschio said Ceglia had delayed the case by failing to produce his email addresses and passwords dating to 2003 while his lawyers unsuccessfully challenged the August order as an invasion of privacy.
In a separate order Tuesday, Foschio denied a request by Boland to sanction Facebook's lawyers for failing to disclose the existence of five computers used by Zuckerberg at Harvard that he said might contain emails between Zuckerberg and Ceglia.