Georgia has a good anti-SLAPP law. It was enacted in 1996 and was originally a weak anti-SLAPP law. However, in 2016, it was strengthened and protects a broader range of speech and petition activity.
|Jurisdiction||Statute or Case Law?||Any Forum?||Any Public Issue?||Mandatory Attorney Fees/Costs?||Additional Burden?||Amendment After Grant?||Amendment While Pending?||Immediate Appeal?|
|Georgia||Ga. Code. Ann. 9-11-11.1||Y||Y||?||Y||Y|
Statements made before a government body, or in connection with an issue under review by a government body, are protected in that a plaintiff filing a claim arising from such statements must file a verification that the claim is in good faith.