California Rule of Court 3.1322 requires that a motion to strike be brought with a demurrer or within 30 days after service of complaint and requires a notice of a motion to strike “quote in full the portions sought to be stricken except where the motion is to strike an entire paragraph, cause of action, count, or defense.”  This decision holds that these requirements apply to ordinary motions to strike under CCP 435, not to an Anti-SLAPP motion to strike under CCP 425.16.  Instead, an Anti-SLAPP motion need only identify the acts alleged in the complaint that the defendant asserts are protected and identify the claims for relief are predicated on those protected acts.