Waymo-Uber Trial Delayed Over Claims Of Hidden Evidence

By Cara Bayles and Bill Donahue (November 28, 2017, 12:16 PM EST) -- A California federal judge on Tuesday granted a request from Alphabet Inc.'s Waymo to postpone a hotly anticipated trade secrets trial against Uber Inc., following accusations that the ride-share giant hid evidence discovered by federal prosecutors.

Waymo on Tuesday secured the delay of a trial against Uber over driverless car technology that had been scheduled to start on Dec. 4. (AP) The delay of the trial, previously set to kick off Dec. 4, came after Waymo filed a last-minute motion Monday claiming Uber had "intentionally withheld" evidence, which only came to light last week. Prosecutors recently notified U.S. District Judge William...

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