DC Attorney General Moves To Intervene and Defend Statute’s Constitutionality in Snyder Suit

Well, that didn’t take long! As I predicted earlier this month, Dan Snyder’s opposition, responding to the defendants’ anti-SLAPP motion and which challenged the constitutionality of the anti-SLAPP statute, has prompted the DC Attorney General to file a motion to intervene in the Snyder v. Creative Loafing case “for the limited purpose of presenting argument to defend the validity of the Anti-SLAPP Act of 2010.” I expect that the motion will be granted and we will soon have the benefit of the District’s view on why the legislation does not violate the Home Rule.

Leslie Machado

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Mr. Machado counsels and advises a diverse range of clients on various areas of law. He is also an experienced litigator, having tried cases to verdict in state and federal courts. View all posts by Leslie Machado
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