September 24, 2019 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Belo Mansion
2101 Ross Avenue

For the past several years, lawyers and judges have struggled with interpretation of the Texas Citizens Participation Act (a/k/a the anti-SLAPP statute). Appellate courts have recently issued a number of decisions in an attempt to provide some clarity. The Texas Legislature has also weighed-in, enacting substantial changes to the statute effective September 1, 2019. Judge Martin Hoffman, 68th District Court; Marybeth Conlon, The Conlon Law Firm; Julie Pettit, The Pettit Law Firm; and Chad Ruback, Appellate Lawyer will be speaking about portions of the statute that are changing, portions of the statute that will remain unchanged, and recent appellate case law interpreting the statute. Please join us at the Belo Mansion at noon on Tuesday September 24 for “The Legislature SLAPPS Back: Anti-SLAPP Practice after the 2019 Amendments.”

RSVP at: http://www.dayl.com/dayl-anti-slapp-cle/.