So even if a profesional Judge decides that there is an infringement, he is wrong and you are right, consequently you think you are God.
Pretty harsh and unfounded words there Bruno. I've been through some patent battles as well. And I know that we fear them tremendously because they're little better than a coin toss even when the case is clear-cut. You must have a pretty bizarre idea of God in your country. In the U.S. understanding patent law would not qualify you for that title.
I suggest you to consider that you may not understand or know everything about patent laws and rules and that you shut up.
Oh really? You suggest that I shut up? I've never attacked you, nor have I defamed you, or even spoken innaccuratlely about your patent claims. I don't claim to know everything about patent law, but I do know a good deal. I certainly know enough to be able to say that to infringe a patent you must infringe EVERY aspect of at least one claim. The Cabrinha kite I own definitely does not infringe the patent it licenses. Your unfounded attack on me is not the wisest idea. I've not attacked you. In fact what I have done is credited you with having done more than perhaps anyone else to develop this sport that we love. But I'll now be more than happy to lend my expertise to any kite company that feels you're strong arming them into paying patent royalties where none are due. I'll do this without fee. Consider that an open invitation.
I'll ask you again... do you claim to have invented the inflatable kite?