Glassdoor, Inc. v. Super. Ct.

(California Court of Appeal) – In a dispute between a employer reviews website, brought by a video gaming company against the website operator, seeking the name of a Jane Doe reviewer who purportedly posted confidential information on the website about the employer in violation of a confidentiality agreement, the website operator’s petition for a writ directing the trial court to set aside its order to reveal Doe’s real name is granted where the employer failed to make a prima facie showing that Doe’s statements disclosed confidential information in violation of the nondisclosure agreement.