Plaintiff, Attorney Fined in 'Facebook' Litigation

, New York Law Journal


A man who claims to own one-half of Facebook and his Ohio attorney have each been sanctioned $1,000 and ordered to turn over a letter from a New York law firm that ostensibly concludes the plaintiff is a fraud.

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  • johngmart

    I don't get it. If the Plaintiffs submitted the letter to the Court, and the Court ruled that it must be turned over, why can't the Court just give it to the Defendants?

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