- Business Torts, e.g. Intentional Interference With Contract; Intentional Interference With Prospective Business Advantage; and
- Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress Distress (and negligent)
If you are being sued, or if you’re an attorney representing a defendant and any one of the causes of action above is present, you need to consider whether to file an anti-SLAPP motion. Do not believe, however, that these are the only actions subject to an anti-SLAPP motion, but that’s another topic for another day.
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