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Watchdogs file Motion to Dismiss under Citizen Participation Act in $8.4 million lawsuit –

DuPage Co., (ECWd) –

Yesterday we filed a Motion to Dismiss on all counts under the Illinois Citizen Participation Act, more commonly known as the anti-SLAPP Act, or anti-Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation Act.

Also filing their own Motions to Dismiss are the other Defendants – Claire Ball, Kathy Hamilton, and Adam Adrzejewski.

All filings are below and can be downloaded.

Original lawsuit as filed: CLICK HERE

ECWd and Kirk Allen’s Motion to Dismiss under the Citizen Participation Act:

ECWd and Kirk Allen’s EXHIBITS to Motion to Dismiss under the Citizen Participation Act:

ECWd and Kirk Allen’s Motion to Dismiss under 2-619.1 w/Exhibits:

Kathy Hamilton’s 615 Motion to Dismiss:

Kathy Hamilton’s Memo in Support of 615 Motion to Dismiss:

Claire Ball’s Motion to Dismiss under Citizen Participation Act w/Exhibits:

(Not yet filed – will be filed on Feb 16, 2016)

Adam Adrzejewski’s Motion to Dismiss under the Citizen Participation Act:

Adam Adrzejewski’s Declaration in Support of Motion to Dismiss under the Citizen Participation Act:

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2 replies »

  1. Carla’s “attorney’s”, Josh and Griff, odd legal action. Did they get involved only for the same reasons Kathy Hamilton is accused, e.g., gain some profile for future ambitions? Supreme Court Rule 137. Did they miss this one in law school? Requires EVERY petition, complaint, filing, must be, according to 137, “well grounded in fact”. Wonder if they read the Tribune and Daily Herald? MUST, Josh, Griff, et.al.

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