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H.B. Fuller v. Doe, H030099

In case involving attempt to discover true identity of an anonymous defendant, who allegedly disclosed confidential information on a website in violation of an employment agreement between plaintiff and defendant, a motion to unseal documents filed in the trial court and court of appeal under seal, and which the trial court relied on in denying defendant's motion to quash, is granted as there was no justification for keeping them sealed.

Appellate Information

  • Decided 05/31/2007
  • Published 05/31/2007




  • California Court of Appeal


  • For Appellant:
  • Davis Wright Tremaine,Matthew Leish, Duffy Carolan, San Francisco, Michelle D. Fife, for Amicus Curiae Appellants California First Amendment Coalition., Corynne McSherry, for Amicus Curiae Appellants Electronic Frontier Foundation.

  • For Appellees:
  • Stanford Law School, Cyberlaw Clinic, Jennifer Stisa Granick, San Francisco, for Defendant and Appellant John Doe., Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, Jose Luis Martin, Palo Alto, for Plaintiff and Respondent H.B Fuller Company.
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