Ponder these mind-boggling statistics, courtesy of the ABA 2012 Litigation Section Annual Conference:
Some companies estimate that for every 340,000 pages of information preserved for litigation, only 1 is actually used.
When you sue Facebook and its founder Mark Zuckerberg claiming three-quarters ownership in the wildly successful social network, you are certain to get attention. Paul D. Ceglia has had plenty of that since 2010, when he filed his lawsuit based on an alleged 2003 contract between him and then Harvard undergrad Zuckerberg. Facebook and Zuckerberg deny Ceglia’s claim.