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Salle Yoo, chief legal officer at Uber. Photo Credit: Jason Doiy/ALM

In Waymo’s ongoing court battle with Uber Technologies Inc., the former recently made the case that Uber’s chief legal officer Salle Yoo should be made available to testify, noting that she was “heavily involved” in the due diligence process conducted before Uber’s acquisition of Otto. And yet, according to a July 7 filing, Yoo did not see the due diligence report from the deal until approximately May 5, 2017, nearly a year after the acquisition of Otto was announced and more than two months after Waymo filed suit.

Jennifer Williams-Alvarez

Jennifer Williams-Alvarez is based in New York and covers corporate law departments.

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