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Facebook wins one legal battle, faces another

Sarah Jacobsson Purewal | April 13, 2011
Intrepid start-ups should learn from Mark Zuckerberg's legal troubles with Facebook and make sure everything is put down in legal, binding writing.

Business Insider also mentions that the apparent absurdity of the claims may actually be what makes them true -- after all, couldn't Ceglia come up with a better story?

So there we have it. Zuckerberg has basically been sued by every person he came into contact with between 2004 and now -- he was sued by the Winklevosses; he was sued by one of the original "owners" of Facebook, Eduardo Saverin (after restructuring the company, Saverin's shares were unfairly reduced); and he's being sued by Ceglia.

 

 

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