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I reside in a Florida city that is considered historical and I am being sued by a property developer for notifying city officials about a neighboring historic structure that was wrongly razed. The City followed up on my written complaint and found it to be true. They stopped the work and asked the Developer to present himself in front of the Historic Board. The Board told the Developer that he had greatly exceeded his original permits and asked him to reconstruct the structure. In turn, the Developer is suing me for bringing this issue to the attention of the City. My attorney did not have the case dismissed as the plaintiff is playing the Malicious Intent card, but without any proof. Unfortunately, Florida has narrow anti - SLAPP suit statutes, so my attorney is recommending trial.