mascale Wednesday, 05/15/19 09:19:26 AM Re: None Post # of 296600 Except for Wrongful Act Doctrine(?), the lawsuit. The recent motions may have some strategic value in the case prosecution. The usual Wrongful Act Doctrine replaces the usual "American Rule" in the matter of how the court can rule on who pays the fees. The original lawsuit was in the context of malicious interference in conduct of company business, per any noted PR, journal reports and on and on. If the basis of the counter-suit is a defense against the original suit: Then probably chaos applies. The allegation of Company wrong-doing not found in other proceedings might be said a further matter of the original lawsuit, and so not separate(?). That is just an observation. "The recent motions may have some strategic value in the case prosecution," is already in sentence two, above. How any law or rulings get applied is clearly not up to me, just casually following Company business going forward.