Welcome to the latest edition of Inside Track. I’m ALM In-House Desk reporter Stephanie Forshee, filling in this week for my colleague Jennifer Williams-Alvarez.

Walmart engaged in some strategic shoplifting this week—from the U.S. Department of Justice, no less. The retail behemoth snagged an important lawyer from the public sector. Plus, Uber apparently isn’t kidding when it says it intends to be more forthcoming under new leadership. My colleague Caroline Spiezio told me about her conversation with Uber CLO Tony West after a settlement was announced in the eventful, but brief, Uber v. Waymo trial.

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