“I didn’t have enough mon

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“I didn’t have enough money for a retainer, so I sent him a letter stating my intent to sue, quoting some of the points the lawyer had informed me of. He responded by threatening to put me out of business, and started slandering me to everybody who walked in the door. …He went bankrupt before I could raise the lawyers retainer. He did it all to himself.”

So in other words, you sent him a letter with no legal weight at all, and he went out of business because a larger company feared the possibility of someone suing him?
I certainly don’t understand how you can sue for slander if someone merely underbids you for a job.
And I have no idea what Troyer’s case has to do with copyright issues… that’s a case of expected privacy.

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