-Obie: They wanna lock you out.
-Tony: Why, cause the stocks dip 40 points? We knew this was gonna happen.
-Pepper: 56 and a half.
-Tony: It doesn't matter. We own a controlling interest in the company.
-Obie: Tony, the Board has rights too. They are making the case that you and your new direction isn't in a company's best interest.
-Tony: I'm being responsible. That's a new direction. For me... for the company. I mean, me on the company's behalf being responsible for the way that... Oh, this is great!
-Obie: Oh c'mon, wait! Tony, Tony!
-Tony: I'll be in the shop.
-Obie: Hey, hey, Tony, listen. I'm trying to turn this thing around but you gotta give me something. Something to pitch them. Let me have the engineers analyze that, you know, draw some specs.
-Tony: No. No. Absolutely not. This one stays with me. That's it Obie. Forget it.
-- Iron Man 2008
Does making the case mean making the arguments? What components constitute a typical case/argument? Is c'mon used here to show that you know what somebody has said is not correct?
Does pitch mean persuade here? Can I say pitch somebody something (ditransitive)? The dictionaries don't give a hint.