It's time for Part 2 of the TCPA hearing transcript livetweet. Here's how I'll work this tonight:
I'm going to get through at least Rial/Toye and hopefully the whole thing.
As with yesterday's effort, I'm going to focus more on the argument than on the merits. Probably.
So, without further ado, let's return to the tale of Ty and the Terrible, Horrible, No-Good, Very Bad Hearing.
There are still unresolved claims with the remaining defendants, so I may not be as open on those as I was with Marchi's, where the next step is appeal.
This confusion might have been predicted.
I seriously think he's just rifling through and pulling them at random, with no plan and less understanding of the importance of the fucking elements - Ty, did you even go to law school???
Contract lawsuits aren't "oh, someone didn't live up to the exact letter of the contract, I'll make them give you a big bag of money."
But that requires (1) having a plan; and (2) knowing when to do it. Ty - I don't think Ty even knew he did that.
Ty, how many hours have you met with Vic?
You don't want to be the person that does this. Ever.
@TyBeard10 - It's maybe time to put down the von Clausewitz and the Sun Tzu, and pick up Dale Carnegie for a bit. Just a thought.
But, in this case, I have to admit that might be incompatible with earlier "don't lie to the judge" advice.
Here's the problem with not knowing if you had contracts. One of the problems anyway:
If you don't know if your announced appearance at BasementCon XIII is contracted or not, how can it be clear and specific evidence of either kind of TI?
There are more than 3 people talking about Vic.
We'll pick up with Funimation tomorrow.