Park 100 Inv. Group II v. Ryan, No. B208189
In plaintiff's action against defendant-attorneys claiming that a lis pendens on property was wrongfully recorded, denial of attorneys' anti-SLAPP motion is reversed where it is proper to record a notice of pendency of action, commonly called a lis pendens, on a dominant tenement when the litigation is an easement dispute.
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Filed December 23, 2009
Opinion by Judge Aldrich
For Appellant: Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith, Roy G. Weatherup, Bartley L. Becker and Barry Zoller
For Appellee: Freedman & Taitelman, Bryan J. Freedman, Jacqueline C. Brown and Bradley H. Kreshek
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