“The intentional and egregious nature of plaintiff’s conduct, which demonstrates a disregard of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and a willingness to commit fraud on the court to prevail and receive an award of monetary damages, not to mention the resultant material injurious effect upon defendant, shocked the conscience of the court—so much so that the court questioned whether it could, in good conscience, submit any of plaintiff’s evidence or testimony to a jury,” stated U.S. District Judge Julie R. Rubin, in her written opinion for the court.