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Waymo versus Uber lawsuit to go under trial, as judge refuses private arbitration

BGR India Friday, 12 May 2017
Waymo and Uber has been involved in a legal spat for months now and it doesn’t seem they’re arriving at a solution anytime soon. Last month, Uber wanted to settle the dispute with Waymo through private arbitration, in vain. Rather, the trial will now be battled in public according to an order by Judge William Alsup. Alphabet-owned Waymo is Google‘s self-driving subsidiary. Waymo has accused one of its former engineer Anthony Levandowski of stealing confidential documents from the company before he moved on to start his own self-driving trucks company. He was later hired by Uber to lead its self-driving units. Uber claims the disputes between Waymo and Levandowski demands to proceed in a private arbitration as Levandowski’s employment contract with Uber reads. “It is
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