Piercing The Veil Of Corporate Anonymity Involves A High Threshold Of Proof

In Dendrite International Inc. v. John Doe No. 3, the court upheld the anonymity of users who had posted messages that pertained to Dendrite on internet-based financial boards. The court denied the subpoena that sought to disclose the individuals idenfity based on First Amendment grounds.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What is a trade secret?
Who are the parties and what are the facts of this case?
Were there any amicus curiaes filed?
What did the court determine?
What is the significance of this ruling?


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