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Thursday, January 23, 2003


The California Court of Appeal (Second District, Division Seven) yesterday found that the state's anti-SLAPP statute (more here) protected the Los Angeles County Bar Association from suit by an unsuccessful judicial candidate who had received a "not qualified" rating in the Bar Association's candidate evaluation process (described in greater detail here). This reversed the lower court's ruling to the contrary. Roberts v. Los Angeles County Bar Ass'n (PDF)

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