A lawyer provided an affidavit to support his client’s application for relief in a Zimbabwe court. The result in the foreign court could have influenced an action in a California court. The client’s application in Zimbabwe was denied and the lawyer was sued in California for malicious prosecution. The appellate court found the lawyer’s affidavit constituted an exercise of his right to free speech. The appellate court ordered the matter stricken under the anti-SLAPP statute, Civ.Proc. §425.16. Summerfield v. Randolph (Cal. App. Second Dist., Div. 5; November 28, 2011) 201 Cal.App.4th 127.