Enlarge / The US District Court building in San Francisco. (credit: JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images)
SAN FRANCISCO—The federal judge overseeing the trade secret litigation between Google’s Waymo division and Uber said today that he’s likely to slap Uber with an injunction unless the company does more to produce the 14,000 documents allegedly stolen by its self-driving car chief Anthony Levandowski.
“The court gave its order, a very clear order, as to what was supposed to be produced by March 31,” said Google lawyer David Perlson at the beginning of an hour-long hearing in federal court. “They have not complied with the order, in numerous respects.”
Perlson said no one from Uber came to look at the 14,000 documents that were allegedly stolen, even though Google made them available. “They haven’t obtained anything from Mr. Levandowski personally.”
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