Noli Construction v. McClendon, No. D072531 (4th Cal. App.) November 29, 2018. Unpublished.
Online accounts of consumer dissatisfaction may be matters of public interest. Even though the housing project here was individualized, consumer information about such matters enhances public knowledge and therefore is within the protections of the anti-SLAPP law. Moreover, it does not matter if the consumer’s statements were fact or opinion: the issue is whether the statements are demonstrably false.