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Uber’s general counsel Salle Yoo at the Women Leaders in Technology Law event held at the W Hotel in San Francisco. (Jason Doiy / The Recorder)
Ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc. has been at the center of a string of controversies in recent weeks. Last month, for instance, a former engineer alleged that her supervisor sexually harassed her. Days later, Alphabet Inc. subsidiary Waymo sued Uber, alleging a former employee stole intellectual property related to self-driving cars.
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