​Uber's Self-driving Car Project is in Trouble - SFGate

A US judge has warned Uber that its self-driving car program could be halted by a lawsuit it's embroiled in. Uber is battling it out with Waymo, the self-driving car unit of Google's parent company, Alphabet, and the ride-hailing company's key witness ...

The Judge In The Waymo VS. Uber Case Is Not Fucking Around - Jalopnik

Uber has taken some serious flack over the last 48 hours for its effort to move its high-profile legal battle with Waymo into arbitration. But the judge overseeing the case, William Alsup, says both parties are over-redacting pleadings like crazy and ...

Uber Exec Accused Of Stealing Google Self-Driving Car Secrets Pleads Fifth Over Criminal Charges Concerns - SFist

Anthony Levandowski, an Uber executive whom CEO Travis Kalanick once called his "brother from another mother," is asserting his Fifth Amendment rights in a lawsuit filed by his former employer, Google. Levandowski's lawyers say he's invoking the right ...

COLUMN-Judge on unsealing in Uber v. Waymo: Expect bad headlines: Frankel - Yahoo Finance

(Corrects the date of the hearing mentioned in 2nd graf, which was Wednesday, not Thursday.) By Alison Frankel. NEW YORK, March 31 (Reuters) - The last thing the ride-sharing company Uber wanted, as the company tries to defend itself against Waymo's ...

Judge steams as Uber exec withholds documents and pleads the 5th - Ars Technica

Enlarge / Anthony Levandowski, VP of Engineering at Uber, speaking to reporters at the Uber Advanced Technologies Center on September 13, 2016 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. ANGELO MERENDINO/AFP/Getty Images · reader comments 176. Share this ...

Uber Executive Embroiled In Waymo Scandal May Face Criminal Charges - Carscoops (blog)

The Uber executive at the center of a lawsuit between the ride-hailing service and Google's Waymo self-driving division, could face criminal charges. Speaking to The New York Times, the lawyers for Anthony Levandowski say that he will exercise his ...

Uber Exec Refuses To Testify After Google Sues Company For Stealing Self-Driving Tech - Daily Caller

Uber executive Anthony Levandowski is choosing to assert his Fifth Amendment rights during legal proceedings, after the self-driving car arm of Google parent corporation Alphabet filed a lawsuit against the ride-sharing company for stealing classified ...

Uber exec asserts Fifth Amendment rights in Waymo lawsuit - LeftLane News

Uber executive Anthony Levandowski has reportedly asserted Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination in the lawsuit filed by Google's Waymo. Waymo accused Levandowski -- the former head of Google's self-driving car project -- of stealing ...

Key Witness Won't Talk in Google V. Uber Self-Driving Car Case - The Drive

Anthony Levandowski, a former Google employee and founder of Otto, the self-driving truck company that Uber acquired, pleaded the Fifth Amendment on Wednesday to prevent any self-incrimination in the Google versus Uber court case over allegedly ...

Uber's self-driving car program at risk from lawsuits, possibly flawed software - The Car Connection

There are plenty of metaphorical dumpster fires raging in America today, but few are as fascinating to watch as the one consuming Uber. The ride-sharing company and its proto-bro CEO, Travis Kalanick, have been in the news for months, and rarely have ...

Uber Exec Levandowski Pleads The Fifth In Google's Waymo Self-Driving Car Litigation - Hot Hardware

Anthony Levandowski, the former boss of Google's self-driving car program, invoked his Fifth Amendment right in a lawsuit alleging he stole thousands of files and IP from the firm's spin-off business Waymo, which focuses on self-driving car technology.

Inside the car-eat-car world of self-driving technology - The Mercury News

This is what the Waymo researchers see when monitoring the sensor data from the self-driving car. Objects on the road are represented with different colors. For example, purple blocks represent other vehicles. (Source: Waymo). By Marisa Kendall ...

Uber Executive is Invoking Fifth Amendment to Escape Charges - The Next Digit

The Uber executive, Anthony Levandowski, who was accused of stealing self-driving car technology from his former job at Google, is now invoking the fifth amendment. His reason for doing this is, according to his lawyers, to avoid potential charges.

Executive at center of Google-Uber dispute will plead the Fifth - Axios

An Uber executive accused of stealing self-driving car secrets from Google plans to exercise his right against self-incrimination in the dispute between the two companies, the New York Times reported on Thursday, citing court documents. Lawyers for ...

Google's case against Uber just took an unexpected turn - The Indian Panorama

SAN JOSE, CA (TIP): In an unexpected twist to the Uber vs Google case, lawyers for Anthony Levandowski, the star engineer at the center of the trade-secret dispute, have advised him to exercise his fifth amendment right to not incriminate himself in a ...

Waymo-Uber Judge Says May Grant Injunction If Key Witness Takes Fifth - NDTV

The US judge overseeing a blockbuster case over self-driving car technology suggested Uber could face an injunction if a key Uber executive does not testify for fear of exposing himself to criminal prosecution, according to a transcript seen by Reuters.

Google vs. Uber Plot Twist: Uber Exec Anthony Levandowski Invokes Fifth Amendment Rights Against Self-Incrimination - Tech Times

The case between Google's Waymo and Uber has taken an interesting turn, as Uber executive Anthony Levandowski has invoked his Fifth Amendment rights. Waymo accused Levandowski of stealing confidential documents and asserting the Fifth seems to ...

Waymo Self-Driving Unit Sought Arbitration Over Engineer Now at Uber - ClickLancashire

The demands claimed that Levandowski had used confidential information about employee's salaries in order to poach his former co-workers for his own self-driving auto company Otto which Uber quickly purchased for $US680 million ($888 million).

Uber Wants To Handle Waymo Case Via Arbitration - PYMNTS.com

A new court document filed by Uber indicates that the company thinks some parts of the case between Waymo and Uber/Otto can be handled by arbitration, said The New York Times. It all started earlier this year when Waymo, Google's self-driving car ...

Uber exec invokes the Fifth Amendment in Google patent squabble - BGR

The Google vs. Uber legal battle is one of the most significant confrontations in tech right now, as it might decide the winner of the coming self-driving car revolution. Google's Waymo accused Uber of stealing documents that described critical self ...