Then you don't understand why. MP3000 gave a pretty damn good summary of what's happening. Sentai dodged a huge bullet in the past, and which Funi was inconveniently involved in. Funi is essentially whining that Sentai found a loophole, and are grubbing at Sentai's feet for cash. My disrespect for Funi goes entirely off topic besides this silly lawsuit. People aren't using this as a start to hate, but a practical finish. I heard little of anyone say anything about their distaste on titles, besides of last purchases to be made. This case is entirely about Funi wanting to get their hands on cold, greedy, and petty cash.
Funi may not be "Vile" here, but there are definitely far from respectable in this situation
I might not understand legal talk, but I DO understand when someone is jumping the gun and making rationalizations, which is sadly what a lot of people (not specifically this forum alone) are doing.
And if Sentai did dodge that bullet, and it was FUNi that got hit with it? I'd say it's well within FUNi's rights to pursue the cash that should have been ADV's to pay, IF that is what's really happened here. Separating into a bunch of different smaller companies to dodge debt may be perfectly legal but that doesn't make it right, not in my eyes.
And of course FUNi wants cash. They're a business. That's what businesses DO. And it's not a practical finish when this has nothing to do with why they dislike FUNi in the first place.
So again - my standpoint is that, until we know what's really going on here, it looks like ADV dodged debt and is getting called out for it. IF that is what happened, THEN they deserve to be caught. BUT...IF it is no more than FUNi trying to get money that they don't deserve, as some of you say, then I will side against FUNi. I'm trying to see who's really in the right here. But from where I sit right now, it looks like FUNi's not doing anything wrong yet, and a lot of people are over-judging what tiny little bit of info we have so far.