Google parent company Alphabet Inc.’s chief legal officer made more than $47 million in 2018, according to a proxy statement filed Tuesday, despite internal criticism last year that he and other male executives at the company did not face consequences for sexual misconduct at work.

The Mountain View, California-based company said it did not have further comment on whether the allegations against Alphabet CLO David Drummond raised in a New York Times report last year impacted his 2018 compensation package.

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