After a yearlong in-house stint at Meta, former Kustomer general counsel Mike Chapin is taking the legal reins again at the customer-service-software startup.

The move comes as New York City-based Kustomer returns to its roots as a stand-alone company. Meta last week spun out the company, a reversal in strategy that comes just a year after it bought Kustomer for $1 billion.

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