Alsup Suggests Uber, Waymo Let Young Attys Give Tutorials

Law360, San Francisco (March 20, 2017, 4:55 PM EDT) -- U.S. District Judge William Alsup told counsel on both sides of Waymo and Uber's intellectual property dispute Monday that they should allow young lawyers to present an upcoming technological tutorial, the latest request in a sweep of orders looking to create opportunities for such attorneys.

In a two-page request for technology, Judge Alsup asked the parties to present the basic technology and prior art bearing on the trade secrets and patents related to Waymo LLC's pending motion for preliminary injunction against Uber Technologies Inc. The judge also opened the April 12 tutorial to the public and said he is interested in...

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