Ex-Google engineer files bankruptcy after he’s ordered to pay $179M for stealing

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A former Google engineer accused of stealing trade secrets for Uber has filed for bankruptcy after being ordered to pay $179 million to his former employer.

Anthony Levandowski, 39,  the engineer and autonomous vehicle startup founder was the central figure of one of Silicon Valley’s most-watched courtroom battles, when Google’s self-driving car company Waymo sued Uber for $2 billion, accusing it of using trade secrets stolen by Levandowski. Read on through this link

Ex-Google engineer files bankruptcy after he’s ordered to pay $179M for stealing

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