Uber, Lyft, Former Driver Spar Over Discovery Subpoenas In Data Breach Suit

Mealey's (March 22, 2016, 1:54 PM EDT) -- SAN FRANCISCO — In a March 18 reply brief supporting a motion for protective order from discovery subpoenas served on one of its employees, Lyft Inc. argues that information sought by rival Uber Technologies Inc. is irrelevant to the present class action brought against Uber by one of its former drivers over a 2014 data breach (Sasha Antman v. Uber Technologies Inc., et al., No. 3:15-cv-01175, N.D. Calif.).

(Reply supporting protective order available. Document #97-160324-037B.)

Nonparty Lyft also argues that the subpoenas improperly seek its proprietary...
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