Tom wrote on Dec 20, 2020, 17:50:
If management lies on investor calls about the state of the game, and then they botch the launch and have a subsequent stock drop, it's natural that someone is going to try to hold them responsible for those lies. What is weird or ambulance chasey about that?
I think the problem is that generally lawyers are such bald-faced liars themselves that when they accuse others of lying it's "pot calling the kettle black"...;) If this guy is a CDPR investor then he knows perfectly well that suing CDPR will help diminish
his investment, however small that might be. It's way too soon to consider a lawsuit for damages, imo. Six months to a year from now would be the time to look at that to see if CDPR has taken the remedial measures called for in order to preserve a dividend for their investors. Witcher 3 is five years old and people are still buying the game--some even at ~$50 a pop, despite the fact that upon its release some people were disappointed! CP2077 isn't a month old, yet. If you are a customer and you don't like the game at all and you get your money back you have not been financially damaged and financial damages must exist if a lawsuit has any hope of collecting.
It is well known that I don't make mistakes--so, if you should happen across an error in something I have written, you can be confident in the fact that *I* did not write it.