Nov 1, 2016

Florida Bar Journal Credits Mark Caramanica and Carol LoCicero

Unlike many states, Florida’s version does not contain any special burden shifting, burden of proof, motion to strike, or discovery provisions to help flesh out the details of SLAPP dismissals. Further, as noted, there have been limited opportunities for Florida courts to weigh in on the earlier narrow law.

Mark Caramanica and Carol LoCicero have been cited in Samuel J. Morley’s article on Florida’s Expanded Anti-SLAPP (strategic lawsuits against public participation) Law, which provides greater protection for speakers on issues of public importance.

Read the article here

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