District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine's office disclosed in a court filing on Tuesday that the deposition had taken place that day.
The new lawsuit will allege that Google favoured its own products rather than presenting a neutral search result, disadvantaging rivals to such Google subsidiaries as YouTube, the sources said.
The No.1 cloud computing company had indicated last week that it would file this motion, which asks the Pentagon and Microsoft to hold off beyond any initial activities related to the "JEDI" contract.
The Abu Dhabi Appellate Court upheld the ruling of the Court of First Instance rejecting a patient’s lawsuit against two doctors and a hospital.
The Abu Dhabi Court of Appeal upheld a ruling of the Court of First Instance that obligated a company to pay the wife of a worker and his three children Dhs200,000 in compensation, in addition to obligating it to pay all heirs Dhs120,000 distributed equally among them as moral compensation after the loss of their sole breadwinner.
The Abu Dhabi Court of Cassation upheld a ruling issued by the Court of First Instance obligating a company dealing in concrete work, two of its employees and an insurance company to pay Dhs700,000 to a woman and her three children in compensation for the death of her husband.
The lawsuit is unrelated to the felony criminal charges filed against Trump by the Manhattan district attorney, which led last week to his historic arraignment, the first for a former president.
The Abu Dhabi Court for Family and Civil and Administrative Cases obligated a father to pay his daughter Dhs5,000 in compensation for the material and moral damage incurred by her after he assaulted her and caused her injuries.
A sports mediation company agreed with a famous player to pay it Dhs440,000, in return for services and legal administrative advice it provided to the player under a contract concluded in 2020, but the player refused to pay the amount, so the company filed a lawsuit before the Civil Court in Dubai, which dismissed the lawsuit and upheld the Appellate Court.
The social media company had in July raised its settlement offer by $100 million to $650 million in relation to the lawsuit, in which Illinois users accused it of violating the US state's Biometric Information Privacy Act.