It’s been a rocky road for Uber, which has, over the last few years, found itself in trouble with regulators and rivals, engaged in massive legal battles and accused of having a toxic company culture. Since the exit of controversial founder and CEO Travis Kalanick last summer, the San Francisco-based company and its legal department have made some major changes, not the least of which was a slew of high-profile hires.
Here’s a timeline of the company’s legal department related people moves over the last 12 months.
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