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Open Court

The federal judge hearing the Uber-Waymo trade secrets war did not waver from his long-held belief in open courtrooms, denying Waymo’s bid for closed proceedings Thursday except for witnesses whose testimony “will truly necessitate courtroom closure.”

SAN FRANCISCO – The federal judge hearing the Uber-Waymo trade secrets war did not waver from his long-held belief in open courtrooms, denying Waymo’s bid for closed proceedings Thursday except for witnesses whose testimony “will truly necessitate courtroom closure.”

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