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Remove Glass Door Review

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How to Remove False, Defamatory Glassdoor Reviews

Recently has intensified its presence in the UK. is now a major review website for companies that are located in the UK. In the USA Glasdoor is following its Community Guidelines which states the importance of giving everyone a right to express their opinion “without fear of retribution.” This commitment is often demonstrated by Glassdoor aggressively defending the rights of its registered users to uphold anonymity, often making it difficult to challenge Glassdoor reviews as defamatory through the courts. Despite this, we are able to obtain disclosure orders and removal of reviews from through either negotiation with Glassdoor legal counsel or through litigation.

In most cases we are able to facilitate removal of Glassdoor reviews from directly from our London, UK office but occasionally we work together with our associated attorneys in California who conduct local litigation on behalf of our clients as necessary. There is yet to be a case recorded were Glassdoor submit to the jurisdiction of the High Court in England. So far Glassdoor counsel has managed to avoid direct litigation in the UK. Despite this, we are able to domesticate most court orders against, such as third party disclosure orders, (commonly known as NPO) in San Francisco California, whereby converting High Court disclosure orders into valid, local subpoenas.

Be aware that as an affected businesses, once you create a user account with, Glassdoor will claim that you have committed yourself (by virtue of their terms and conditions) to conducting all legal proceedings in accordance with the law of California. This could limit your options of having defamatory reviews removed from through the English courts and Glassdoor may force you to litigate at their home ground.

Generally speaking, dealing with a false review on is more challenging than some other websites. To maximise the likelihood of success, we strongly advise that you speak to either a specialist attorney in the USA (we will be happy to recomend one of our trusted associates) or to one of our specialist defamatory lawyers here in the UK before you create an account or post a reply to a review on

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  • “ We have had highly defamatory comments posted against our company and me, the CEO on Glass Door, a USA based website, which is notorious for refusing to remove online reviews. The defamatory post was by an anonymous user who claimed to have worked for our company but we were certain that they never had. We are a substantial organization and the person who posted the review knew exactly what to write to cause us maximum reputational damage, which would have had serious implications on our ability to push forward with our growth plans. I never appreciated before how damaging and distressing an internet post could be, both personally and for business. We went straight to Vorys, who is one of the most well-known internet
  • Jurisdiction: United States remove review from GlassDoor legal advice

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    Date of removal: 13 November 2017.

    Number of reviews removed: 1

    Additional information: This removal relates to a defamatory review posted on by anonymous GlassDoor user. The GlassDoor review was false as it alleged that the company’s CEO was conducting himself in a manner which would put most

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