Both are multi-genre varied. Though bias in preferred company does play a role in the double standard.
I'll admit that I dislike Sentai's rather boneheaded policy [IMO] to release most of its licenses sub-only....but I still acknowledge that it does acquire all kinds.
Regarding the topic, I have to agree with Batou. Some are jumping the sharks with the finger pointing and accusations of ulterior motives.
Let's wait till we actually get a full look at the situation before the conspiracy theories start.
Sentai's release preferences have nothing to little anything to do with this topic, let alone Funi's choice for ecchi titles. This is about the lawsuit between 2 companies over a ridiculous sum, NOT about who releases what, how, and why, and it's benefits.
Read all of the thread. Even with the small facts it's clear as crystal Funi is not doing this with any sort of good intentions, or fairness on their side. (The appeal for a jury court is obvious they're going to try, and rely on public opinion rather than a judge of law who will most likely tell Funi wrong.) I'm not going to shout conspiracy theories, but Funi's tried grip here on Sentai is out of greed, and obviously not the good guy outlook. THAT MUCH is certain.