Epic’s lawyers have already suggested it was an act of standing up to a bully, and now Sweeney’s explaining it pretty matter-of-factly. “We were about to challenge two of the most powerful companies in history.”
Sweeney says he hired his legal team — the one representing Epic today — right from the beginning of Project Liberty.
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