Hawai'i has an adequate anti-SLAPP law. It was enacted in 2002.
|Jurisdiction||Statute or Case Law?||Any Forum?||Any Public Issue?||Mandatory Attorney Fees/Costs?||Additional Burden?||Amendment After Grant?||Amendment While Pending?||Immediate Appeal?|
Oral or written statements submitted to or made before a government body are protected. HAW. REV. STAT. § 634F-2(9) provides for a SLAPPBack. It allows a SLAPP defendant to seek relief in the form of a claim for actual or compensatory damages, as well as punitive damages, attorneys’ fees and costs, from the person responsible.