'We went after a company [Google] where the law required us to do so, and forwent bringing a case where the law required us not to bring one.'
Does that actually make sense? They went after Google because the law told them to, then dropped the case when the law told them to drop it. If so, why did the law tell them to go after Google in the first place? And how much did all this going after then backtracking cost the taxpayer?
Of course, it might be easier to understand if this putz stopped using lawyerspeech crap like 'forwent'. I'm not even sure that's a real word.