Alphabet Inc’s Waymo stated Thursday undisclosed legal prices and curiosity, against two former workers who went to rival Uber Technologies.
The decision is the most recent defeat for Uber in a multi-pronged legal battle with Waymo over the development of self-driving automobile technology. In 2109, Uber stated it might have to pay the entire judgment as a part of indemnification pacts with the two workers.
Google, which spun off Waymo in 2016, alleged that year that engineer Anthony Levandowski and business chief Lior Ron breached various contracts as they introduced Waymo staff and know-how to Uber.
Waymo won an interim judgment final March, with Levandowski accountable for $127 million, whereas he and Ron had been together on the hook for a further $1 million, based on previous disclosures.
The firm last month was then awarded the legal charges, attorneys’ fees, and prejudgment interest. However, the amounts were redacted in state court papers filed Thursday in San Francisco.
Waymo mentioned it was seeking court permission to publish the figures.
Ron remains at Uber. The corporation fired Levandowski in 2017 and mentioned last year it will pursue reimbursement from him. Attorneys for Levandowski didn’t instantly respond to requests for comment.
Waymo settled an associated lawsuit in opposition to Uber by securing a 0.34% stake within the firm and a settlement that Uber would cease freely using Waymo technology.
Levandowski is separately preventing a federal indictment on charges of stealing commerce secrets from Google’s self-driving automobile efforts.