Glassdoor Wants Texas Justices' Input On Bad Reviews Row

Law360, Houston (June 14, 2017, 8:10 PM EDT) -- Glassdoor Inc. has asked the Texas Supreme Court to weigh in on its dispute with a Dallas-based online lingerie retailer over whether it should be forced to reveal the identities of those who left negative reviews about the company.

In its petition filed Monday, job review website Glassdoor told the court that it should not be forced to reveal the identities of those who wrote the reviews, because the retailer, Andra Group LP, didn't meet the standards required to compel the disclosure.

According to court records, rather than filing a libel lawsuit against Glassdoor, Andra in August 2015 filed a Rule 202 petition...

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