Hrmmmm.....the subject is trial strategy. Here we have an opinion as to trial strategy by a person who has never been to law school, not even the worst law school in the entire country, not even attaining a rank of the bottom of the class. A guy who has never, not even once in his life, decided upon proper trial strategy.
And he's saying that the trial strategy is 180 degrees off - that it does not advance the case, but instead, that it proves the case brought by the other side.
And on the other side, we have the law firm of QUINN EMANUEL URQUHART & SULLIVAN, LLP, a Madison Avenue firm, with some of the best legal minds on the country. The lead attorney in the case is Charles K. Verhoeven, Esq. Who is this guy who supposedly commits a gaffe so horrendous that he proves Apple's case for them? Who is he?
Sorry, JR, but your opinion is being discarded as uninformed.
And you're simply proving that you have no concept of how legal matters work.
No one said ti was their legal strategy. Rather, these are documents they had to produce in discovery. I'm sure that the attorneys would strongly prefer if those documents had never existed.
Sometimes when you're involved in a lawsuit, there are documents that hurt your case - but you have to produce them, anyway.