The full U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has agreed to review whether a judge’s denial of a motion to strike a California SLAPP suit can be immediately appealed by the defendant who claims the case was brought solely to chill their speech.

The case involves ZoomInfo Technologies, a publisher of an online professional directory that faces a class action lawsuit from individuals who allege the company uses their information to advertise subscriptions and misappropriates their names and likeness in violation of California’s Right of Publicity Statute.