Three years after winning $160 million, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss are seeking to overturn their settlement from Facebook, alleging the company lied about its true value. While many legal experts say they are likely to lose, the Winklevoss twins may potentially win $600 million for the idea they argue was stolen by Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg. On the possibility of winning the case, Professor James Fanto told the Los Angeles Times, "You always have a shot; it's just a long shot. The courts are very reluctant to reopen settlements in the absence of significant fraud in the context of the settlement."
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