Ruttlen v. County of Los Angeles

Ruttlen v. County of Los Angeles (Mar. 30, 2011, B223345) 2011 WL 1138420 [nonpublished opinion]

In a prior appeal, the court affirmed the trial court’s grant of the anti-SLAPP motion filed by GMSR’s client, the County of Los Angeles, and remanded the case for an award of fees to the County. After the briefing on the fee motion was ostensibly

Jul 01, 2009 Anti-SLAPP Law
Ruttlen v. County of Los Angeles (July 1, 2009, B208715) 2009 WL 1875266 [nonpublished opinion]

Anti-SLAPP law covers public officials’ statements to press and Board of Supervisors; protected by official-duty, official proceeding and common-interest privileges

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