After finding that the Texas Anti-SLAPP law applied, the appeals court remanded the case to the trial court so the non-movant could put on evidence showing whether it could produce clear and specific evidence of each of its claims. They did not reverse and render!Read More
Anti-Slapp in Texas Texas Anti-Slapp Act The Texas Citizens Participation Act (TCPA) commonly...Read More
Background In Van Der Linden, v. Khan, No. 02-16-00374-CV (Tex. App. – Fort Worth, November 9, 2017), the court had a good discussion on defamation per se in the context of a Texas Anti-slapp motion. Van Der Linden claimed that...Read More
Daniels v. StateIn Daniels v. State, 538 S.W.3d 139 (Tex. App.-El Paso 2017, pet. denied) the appeals court reversed a ruling for several media defendants. The media defendants had filed a motion to dismiss under the Texas...Read More
Another Texas court of appeals holds that a motion to dismiss under the Texas anti-SLAPP, TCPA, law cannot be filed against an opponent’s motion to dismiss under the Texas anti-SLAPP, TCPA.Read More
Facts This case began as a routine collections suit. It turned into a Texas Citizens Participation Act (TCPA) case. MVS INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION, et al v. INTERNATIONAL ADVERTISING SOLUTIONS, et al, No. 08-16-00173-CV, (Tex....Read More
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