Guessous v. Chrome Hearts, LLC, No. B212074
In plaintiff's suit against the defendant for infringement of jewelry designs, trademarks and copyrights, trial court's decision denying plaintiff's motion to strike defendant's complaint under the anti-SLAPP statute is affirmed as the filing of a lawsuit in a foreign country is not protected activity under the United States or California Constitutions as to implicate the statute.
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Filed December 1, 2009
Opinion by Judge Todd
For Appellant: Blakely Law Group, Brent H. Blakely and Cindy Chan
For Appellee: Murphy Rosen & Meylan, Robert L. Meylan and Jodi M. Newberry
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