November 12, 2021

Anti-SLAPP Legislation Generally  A SLAPP, or Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation, is brought to silence an individual or business who has criticized the plaintiff. Usually, the plaintiff has greater financial means than the individual who criticized them and it is perceived that the lawsuit was started in order to stop or punish the defendant from...
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