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Waymo v Uber

IP Casebriefs #004: Waymo v. Uber

Anthony Levandowski, the former Google engineer who was at the center of a trade secrets lawsuit between Uber and Waymo, has been indicted by a federal grand jury on theft of trade secrets. This criminal indictment is the latest twist in a years-long dispute over intellectual property between Google, where Levandowski worked on autonomous vehicles for nearly a decade, and Uber, which purchased a self-driving startup from Levandowski for a reported $680m in August 2016.

Here to talk to us about the Waymo v. Uber case is Diane Siegel Danoff. Diane is a nationally recognized litigator and heads Dechert LLP global trade secret litigation practice. 

Hosted and produced by Kemahl Franklyn.

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