Here's a common defense in a debt lawsuit: Plaintiff’s claims are barred in whole or in part because of a possible violation of the statute of frauds.


This means the contract was not in writing and therefore the plaintiff should lose. 


This defense is backed up by the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 8 (c)(1): statute of frauds. 


This is one of the defenses you can make in the SoloSuit Answer.