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STROOCK & STROOCK & LAVAN LLP v. TENDLER, B147408

While the anti-SLAPP statute applies to a malicious prosecution action, a law firm demonstrated a probability it would prevail on the merits, because defendant had no probable cause to file a malpractice suit, thus a motion to strike the complaint was erroneously granted.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 09/23/2002
  • Published 09/23/2002

Judges

Court

  • California Court of Appeal

Counsel

  • For Appellant:
  • Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, Michael F. Perlis, D. Wayne Jeffries, James W. Denison, Los Angeles, and Deborah Drooz, for Plaintiff and Appellant.

  • For Appellees:
  • Bohm, Francis, Kegel & Aguilera and Craig A. Kegel, Irvine, for Defendants and Respondents Mar-Jeanne Tendler and Arthur Tendler., Robie & Matthai, Edith R. Matthai and Natalie A. Kouyoumdjian, Los Angeles, for Defendants and Respondents Robert C. Rosen and The Law Office of Rosen and Associates.
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