Milberg Plunges into Facebook Ownership Battle, Hopes to Turn Ceglia Case Around


Paul Ceglia has had a tough keeping his Facebook ownership claims from being completely derailed, what with his past lawyers at DLA Piper bailing out on the case, the judge ordering sanctions against him, and relentless allegations by Facebook's lawyers at Gibson Dunn that he's a fraud who forged core evidence. But Ceglia has proven once again that he can attract a national law firm to join his cause.

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