After winning its battle to enforce a settlement with onetime rival ConnectU, Facebook accused ConnectU of trying to get out of the agreement because of a fee fight with its lawyers at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart Oliver & Hedges.

Both parties agreed in February to settle lawsuits that accused 24-year-old Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg of stealing ideas and success from ConnectU, a site run by his former Harvard classmates. But ConnectU has since argued in court that the settlement was a fraud.

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