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Uber Legal Chief Salle Yoo Reportedly Plans To Leave

Uber Technologies Inc.'s general counsel and chief legal officer, Salle Yoo is planning to leave the company amid myriad legal woes for the ride-hailing company, according to reports.

The reports noted that Yoo sent an email to staff saying she'll leave as soon as Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi hires a new general counsel.

Yoo joined Uber as general counsel in 2012 and was named chief legal officer in May.

by RTTNews Staff Writer

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