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Black wooden paragraphNew York legislators have for years considered amending the state’s statutes that grant rights and protections to the targets of strategic lawsuits against public participation (SLAPP). As it now stands, New York’s anti-SLAPP law is one of the narrowest in the country, and some legislators want to change that. With the new single party control of the legislature and governor’s mansion, this may finally be the year for anti-SLAPP reform in New York. In this article, we will explore what may be in store for New York’s anti-SLAPP laws.

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