The Washington Post…Defending Facebook in ‘Winklevoss Part II’
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Q&A with Tom Dupree, Gibson Dunn partner defending Facebook in ‘Winklevoss Part II’
By Catherine Ho
“In a lawsuit some have dubbed “Winklevoss Part II,” Facebook is getting sued by a former Mark Zuckerberg associate Paul Ceglia, who’s claiming 50 percent ownership of the world’s most famous social networking site. Ceglia is on his third set of lawyers, now being represented by Ohio attorney Dean Boland, since filing suit in 2010 (among those that have come and gone are mega-firm DLA Piper). Facebook is being defended by a five-lawyer team at Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, including Washington partner Thomas Dupree, which intends to ask a judge to dismiss the case…”