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I think the point the judge was trying to make was that Uber and Ergo were both practicing major fraud, and the only way the judge could humiliate both organizations for their misdeeds was to publicly censure.Ok, let me see if I understand this correctly, Uber was banned from using any evidence found during the Ergos investigation of the witness.
Ergos FOUND NO EVIDENCE AGAINST THE WITNESS IN THE FIRST PLACE.
The court only ruled that the information cannot be used - and Uber agreed to a settlement on plaintiff's legal fees related to the incident. The court did NOT "sanction" Uber, as the title of this thread states.