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Lawyers for Uber Technologies Inc. and Google’s automated car subsidiary, Waymo, were back in court Monday to discuss whether the ride-sharing company concealed evidence by failing to initially turn over an inflammatory letter from a former employee.

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Caroline Spiezio

Caroline covers the intersection of tech and law for Corporate Counsel. She's based in San Francisco.

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