Despite losing its effort to get a hold of Lyft documents, Uber hailed the hearing and its upshot as a victory, claiming that Waymo effectively admitted there was no use of its technology at Uber and was now "resorting to floating conspiracy theories not rooted in fact." ®
Yeah, I didn't quite get the same thing that Uber got from their 'victory'. Uber does like to spin crap, don't they.
Uber's argument that it needed to see its rival's corporate secrets to determine whether they were actually secrets...
Uber were trying to get hold of a rival's secrets, at a hearing about them (possibly) having obtained another rivals secrets?
I think I saw this on an episode of Suits.
"Uber's lawyers' strategy appears to be to tar Google/Waymo with the same brush of dirty tactics they are alleging against Uber."
Mob tactics. Again.