How To Make California Defamation Law Blog More Useful To You

The whole point of writing the California Defamation Law Blog is to provide you with the best possible information out there on the subject of California defamation law.  I really love this stuff and I truly want you to get the most out of this blog.  Here are some tips that’ll get you on your way.

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If you’d like to learn more about me you can click on the "About" page or the "Services" page at the top of the blog.  Besides writing this blog, I also have a busy civil litigation practice in Los Angeles, where I handle business litigation, real estate litigation, land use litigation, and of course, defamation cases.




  1. David says

    One question now answered.
    Can the attorney sho does a SLAPP suit without an initial good basis and loses an Anti-SLAPP suit, be sued along with the client?

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