tired of theft wrote:
For a lawyer you seem awfully unclear on this concept. You think my case was weaker than theirs, but you were not the person who was appointed to settle the dispute. And then you accuse me a fraud, based on nothing more than your assessment of the merits of the case. This is awful behavior.
I say this because I am sure that you have argued and won cases in which a neutral third party (observe, lawyer, industry expert) thought or would think you had the weaker case on the merits. I'm sure you would not appreciate being accused of fraud because you argued and won what somebody else considered a weaker case.