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Cabral v. Martins, No., A120657

By FindLaw Staff on September 08, 2009 12:39 PM

In plaintiff's action against her ex-husband and various others including several attorneys involving their alleged participation to conceal assets to avoid child support, grant of attorney's special motion to strike under the anti-SLAPP statute and award of attorneys' fees is affirmed where: 1) plaintiff's cause of action is predicated on protected activity under the anti-SLAPP statute and the probate proceedings and the litigation defense were protected petitioning activity for purposes of the anti-SLAPP statute; 2) plaintiff did not show a probability of success on the merits; and 3) plaintiff did not demonstrate any abuse of the trial court's discretion in determining the appropriate amount of attorney fees to award.      

Read Cabral v. Martins, No., A120657

Appellate Information

Filed September 4, 2009

Judges

Opinion by Judge Ruvolo

Counsel

For Appellant:  Law Offices of Stephen G. Opperwall 

For Respondent:  Drath, Clifford, Murphy & Hagen, Ray Z. Bacerdo, Kelly M. Flanagan, Phillips, Greenberg & Hauser, Jerry Hauser

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