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 ...

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 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.

Waymo-Uber key witness takes the Fifth; annoyed judge could block Uber research - Autoblog (blog)

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The federal judge overseeing a blockbuster case over self-driving car technology suggested he could issue an injunction halting Uber's research if a key Uber executive does not testify for fear of exposing himself to criminal ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...