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Ninth Circuit Reaffirms Section 230 Protections

USA - November 30 2016 Information Counts. That's the title of this blog. And it's an indisputable fact. Information is - and has been for at least 20 years - the currency…


Is a Consumer Trade Association’s Speech Covered by the DC Anti-SLAPP Act?

USA - October 4 2016 When a consumer trade association “speaks” about the health effects of a product, is its speech on an issue of public interest, and thus within the…


What’s Going On With The Mann v. National Review Appeal?

USA - June 28 2016 In November 2014, this intrepid blogger trooped down to the DC Court of Appeals to watch the Mann v. National Review oral argument. In my post, I…


Subpoenas and SLAPP Motions to Dismiss

USA - June 21 2016 If an individual or entity believes a subpoena is aimed at silencing debate on a matter of public interest, can it invoke the DC anti-SLAPP statute…


Convicted Felon’s Defamation Suit Triggers Multiple Anti-SLAPP Motions

USA - May 11 2016 In late March, David Pitts filed suit against two local television stations (Channels 4 and 7), their parent companies, and Patch Media, which runs…

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