He does, nonetheless, keep in mind that he’s not a lawyer.
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There’s rather a lot that Google cofounder Larry Web page seemingly doesn’t find out about Google.
Web page, the CEO of Google’s mother or father firm, Alphabet, displayed his obvious lack of information throughout questioning on July 17 as a part of Alphabet’s lawsuit towards Uber over self-driving automotive know-how. On Wednesday, Uber’s legal professionals requested a decide to compel the manager to be questioned once more, claiming that Web page wasn’t adequately ready for the July deposition.
Waymo, a self-driving automotive startup owned by Alphabet, is suing Uber, claiming that the ride-hail behemoth employed a former Alphabet worker who it knew had stolen commerce secrets and techniques concerning a patented sensor system utilized in autonomous autos.
The 2 corporations have been duking it out in a sequence of courtroom hearings and filings since February, forward of a trial at the moment scheduled for October.
The newest in that battle got here right this moment, with Uber demanding it’s allowed to depose Web page once more. Uber says that primarily based on Web page’s deposition — which is plagued by claims that he isn’t conscious of or can’t recall details about the case and his firm — it’s clear the Google founder wasn’t correctly ready by his authorized staff.
Either side should wait and see what US District Choose William Alsup has to say about that.
Uber’s lawyer: Sir, I'd like to start out by asking you some questions in regards to the bonus that was paid to Anthony Levandowski. He obtained a bonus that was in extra of $120 million; is that proper?
Web page: I'm not aware of the precise quantity, however that sounds appropriate.
Uber’s lawyer: You recollect it was over 100 million?
Web page: I recollect it was massive.