Publications by Mr. Moneer
Feb. 2004- "New
Statute Exempts Certain Suits from SLAPP Law",
L. A. Daily Journal, Focus Column, Feb. 9, 2004.
Nov. 2002- "Trilogy
of High Court Cases Reaffirm Broad Plain Language Construction
of anti-SLAPP Law", Association of Business
Trial Lawyers, San Diego, ABTL Report, Volume IX no.
4, November 2002
Mar. 2002- "2001
Has Been a Busy Year for Decisions Involving SLAPPs":
L.A. Daily Journal, Focus Column, March 4, 2002.
Oct. 2001- "Dowling,
Ketchum & Shekter: construing Anti-SLAPP fee Provision
Broadly to Protect Free Speech and Petition Rights":
CASD Trial Bar News, civil Procedure Column, Oct. 2001,
Nov. 2000- "Torts:
Analyzing Potential SLAPP Problems": California
Lawyer Magazine Expert Advice Column, Nov. 2000, p.28.
Aug. 2000- "No-Win
Situation: Opposing a SLAPP Motion is Time Consuming
and Expensive": The Practitioner. Anti-SLAPP
law- L.A. Daily Journal, 8/4/2000.
and Publications where Mr. Moneer is cited as a reference
Aug. 2002- "High
Court Strengthens Anti-SLAPP Protections In a trio of
rulings, the justices say defendants do not have to
prove the motive behind SLAPP suits., By Peter Blumberg,
San Francisco Daily Journal, Aug. 30, 2002
Jul. 2002- "Ruling
Puts Mattel's Lawsuit Back in Business", By
Katherine Gaidos, L.A. Daily Journal, July 3, 2002
Jun. 2002- "Intent
to Chill Four Cases Before California's High court Raise
the Issue of Intent On the Part of Plaintiffs Who File
SLAPP Suits", By Peter Blumberg, San Francisco
Daily Journal, June 5, 2002
Scholars and Law Firms citing Mr. Moneer as a reference
Jun. 2002- "Lawyers
SLAPP Back!", By Lisa M. Chait and Harry W.R.
Chamberlain II, Law Firm of Stephan, Oringher, Richman
& Theodora, P.C. Website article- June 2002.
Citizen Activism", By Bob Peace, Alumni Distinguished
Professor -North Carolina State University, P.O. Box
8113, Raleigh, NC 27695. Ph: 919-515-4434, Fax: 919-515-4446,