Uber tells engineer at center of Waymo lawsuit: Dish, or be ditched

Friday, 19 May 2017  (2 weeks ago)
Uber's engineer who led its self-driving car program was told by the company's top lawyer to comply with a lawsuit from Waymo or face potentially being fired. Anthony Levandowski was told in a letter from Uber's then-general counsel Salle Yoo "that if he did not comply with the lawsuit, he could face 'adverse employment action,'...

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