SAN FRANCISCO—For Charles Verhoeven and Bill Carmody, the highly anticipated trial about to get underway between Waymo and Uber in federal court in San Francisco is something of a rematch.

Verhoeven, of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, faced off against Susman Godfrey’s Carmody in 2014 in a lawsuit not altogether unlike Waymo’s case. Although it might be hard to believe, given all the twists and turns in Waymo v. Uber so far, the suit began just in February of last year with explosive allegations that an ex-Waymo employee brought valuable self-driving car technology to Uber.

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