Enlarge / A logo on the wall of an Uber Technologies office in Berlin, Germany. (credit: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
Uber has lost two key battles in its trade-secret litigation with Waymo, Google’s self-driving car spinoff.
First, a magistrate judge has ruled that Uber must hand over the due diligence report related to its $680 million acquisition of self-driving car startup Otto. Uber had been trying to keep that report secret by claiming attorney-client privilege.
US District Judge William Alsup also shot down a motion by Uber to put the litigation on hold while the company appeals Alsup’s decision that the case can’t be moved into arbitration.
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