Law Firms

Facebook Files Suit vs. Paul Ceglia’s Lawyers

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Anyone following the ill-fated lawsuit filed against Facebook and its co-founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, by Paul Ceglia, who claimed to be the co-owner of the social network until the alleged contract his case was based on was deemed a fraud, had to wonder what Ceglia’s lawyers were thinking when they agreed to represent him, especially in light of the fact that several lawyers dropped the case at one time or another. Facebook apparently wondered the same thing, as the company filed suit against several of Ceglia’s lawyers, including those from DLA Piper, claiming that those lawyers and firms knew Ceglia’s claims were bogus but pursued the case in hopes of reaching a large settlement.

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64 Percent Of The Top 50 U.S. Law Firms Have Facebook Pages, But …

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Only 64 percent of the Am Law 50 — the 50 largest law firms in the U.S., as identified by The American Lawyer — had Facebook pages, far behind LinkedIn (100 percent), Google Plus (94 percent), and Twitter (90 percent), and a common finding in an analysis of their social network usage by Good2BSocial was a lack of compelling content and, by extension, poor engagement with users.

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