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.

The letter from a lawyer for ex-Uber security analyst Richard Jacobs has been center stage in the dispute since an initial evidentiary hearing last Tuesday. The 37-page document remains under seal but portions read in court indicate that it alleges Uber knowingly stole trade secrets from competitor Waymo and used ephemeral messaging to delete evidence. The letter was sent to the company’s deputy general counsel, Angela Padilla, in May 2017.

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