Anti-SLAPP Law

Anti-SLAPP Law,

Anti-SLAPP Law Definition:

  1. Legislation designed to compete with the Strategic Assessment of Public Partnership (SLAPP). To reduce or limit criticism, SLAPP lawsuits often involve individuals suing large, wealthy corporations or small defendants. Therefore, SLAPP legal claims (and anti-SLAPP laws) are particularly relevant to large media organizations and media professional responsibilities. Many states have enacted anti-SLAPP laws to provide defendants with a cheap way to win a lawsuit that restricts free speech in matters of public interest. Most anti-SLPP laws place the burden of proof on the claimant (ie, the claimant must show that they have sufficient evidence to reach a positive decision before legal proceedings begin). In addition, if the defendant succeeds in terminating the anti-SLA app, he can claim payment of reasonable lawyer compensation from the plaintiff.

Literal Meanings of Anti-SLAPP Law


Meanings of Anti:
  1. Through

  2. A person who opposes a particular policy, activity or idea.

  3. Through

Sentences of Anti
  1. I am against alcoholism and its side effects.

  2. Anti-Shast Troop that has damaged your game

  3. Neither side in the debate, whether for or against it, presented a particularly convincing argument.

Synonyms of Anti

antagonistic towards, averse, inimical to, at odds with, opposed, hostile to, opposed to, unsympathetic to, unsympathetic, averse to, in disagreement with, resistant to, antagonistic, ill-disposed, in opposition to, contra, hostile


Meanings of Law:
  1. A system of rules that recognizes a particular country or community as an act of its members and can be enforced through sanctions.

  2. Individual rules within the legal system.

  3. The legal system as a study or as the basis of the legal profession.

  4. General law and order.

  5. Something that is attributed to the power or binding effect of the regulatory system.

  6. Police

  7. Rules that describe the right behavior or conduct in a game.

  8. A factual statement, derived from observation, is that whenever certain conditions are satisfied, some natural or scientific phenomena occur.

  9. Common based on repeated facts or events.

  10. The order of God's commandments is expressed in the Bible or other religious texts.

  11. Pentecost differs from other parts of the Hebrew Bible (prophecies and scriptures).

Sentences of Law
  1. To charge

  2. A license is required by law

  3. Proper pool sealing can only be obtained if sealing is required by law and regulations apply.

  4. It may be required by law, along with provisions in the law, to regulate its supply.

  5. We will make changes so that justice is done and the rule of law does not steal other people's lives.

  6. Employers or project managers who do not immediately fulfill this responsibility to their members are violating the law.

  7. If a community breaks the law, throw the book at it.

  8. Some people break the law and others are punished.

  9. The city council has decided that anyone who breaks the law will face severe penalties.

  10. You must also legally declare certain property rights in the official records kept for this purpose.

Synonyms of Law

standard, rise, edict, act, the constabulary, direction, formula, pronouncement, ethic, prescription, directive, ruling, demand, stipulation, criterion, creed, policewomen, tenet, maxim, statute, bill, enactment