Uber's Firing of 2 In-House Lawyers Raises Questions About Legal Culture

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Uber Technologies Inc.'s reported firing of two in-house lawyers who expressed concerns about data-retention policies and allegedly made unauthorized contact with outside counsel has raised questions among observers about the management of the law department at the ride-hailing company.

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  • Ellen

    I do NOT think it is easy to be an inhouse council any more. My ex wanted me to go inhouse and have a baby, but now I am haveing second thought‘s? FOOEY!

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