The Court determined that statements sent to an email listserv criticizing an attorney’s courtroom conduct were good faith communications regarding a matter of public concern and were protected under the Nevada anti-SLAPP statutes. However, the Court held that Abrams did not show a probability of prevailing on her claims with prima facie evidence as her claims did not exhibit minimal merit.
Lester, Anya, "Abrams v. Sanson, 136 Nev. Adv. Op. 9 (Mar. 5, 2020)" (2020). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 1298.