Comcast And AT&T Want Their Cut From Prenda Too
from the welcome-to-the-big-leagues dept
Not surprisingly, Hansmeier quickly filed an angry response, arguing that there is no possible reason why he should have to pay attorneys' fees, and even arguing that there's still no evidence of wrongdoing... by himself (leaving the others out to dry). Basically, he argues that while he was involved with the case briefly, none of his actions were the problematic ones. He also claims that the requests for attorneys' fees isn't timely, since Team Prenda had dismissed the case six months ago -- leaving out the ruling from just last week which found Team Prenda's actions problematic and subject to attorneys' fees. Amusingly, he also argues that Comcast laying out in great detail all of the bogus actions of Team Prenda in this case, as well as how multiple other judges have called out their behavior and alerted law enforcement about their activities for criminal investigation, is nothing more than an ad hominem attack.
Sorry, Paul, if someone calls you a morally bankrupt scamming loser -- that would be an ad hominem attack. Comcast laying out in great detail how judges have ruled that you committed fraud on the court in very similar cases, and ordered you to pay attorneys' fees (while also alerting law enforcement, the IRS, local legal bars and others to investigate), is presenting relevant information to the court. It might help to learn the difference.