Grammarly Inc. has hired Virginia Badenhope, an in-house lawyer with a history of working for California-based tech businesses, as its first general counsel, the writing app company announced Monday.

Badenhope joins Grammarly at its San Francisco headquarters after having served for nearly seven years as deputy GC of enterprise software company Atlassian Corp. She oversaw the commercial, privacy and intellectual property functions of the firm’s legal department.

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