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Trade secrets takeaways from Waymo v Uber and nearly two years of the DTSA

Michael Loney, New York


The trade secrets dispute over self-driving technology ended in a surprise settlement. Michael Loney asks what can be learned from the blockbuster case, and what issues remain unresolved since the enactment of the Defend Trade Secrets Act

Waymo’s self-driving Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivan

The highest-profile trade secret case in recent years dramatically settled mid-trial in February, ending a bitter dispute over alleged misappropriation of driverless car technology.

Uber agreed to pay Waymo 0.34% of its equity,...


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