[1500th ANSWER]. You generally CANNOT collect for your "lost time" (wages) in a lawsuit
UNLESS they can PROVE some sort of FRAUD on your part. If you're not lying then he has
to "eat" his lost time. I think he's just a BLOWHARD trying to intimidate you into not suing
him because he knows he messed up with you. It's also highly doubtful he makes $300/hour.
Sue the blowhard and use your witness. Witness can explain to judge about his lying . . .
maybe witness lied for the blowhard? Good luck!!!
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It is highly unlikely that any claim by the potential defendant, for time spent as a defendant in your fraud case, will be successful. He can sue -- because anyone can sue for just about anything -- but it is highly unlikely he would win.Ask a similar question