Long Shadow of Kibler to be Lengthened Further as California Supreme Court Addresses Application of Anti-SLAPP Statute in Peer Review

Daily Journal

David Balfour's article in the Daily Journal (subscription required) covers the implications of the California Supreme Court's recent decision to issue an order calling for additional briefing in the peer review case of Bonni v. St. Joseph Health System. Along with this year's Wilson v. Cable News Network opinion, decisions in the Bonni case stand to answer several open questions regarding the application of the anti-SLAPP statute, Civil Procedure Code Section 425.16, in the context of peer review proceedings governed by Business & Professions Code Section 809 et seq.


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