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What To Know As Alphabet Hits 'Search' On A New CLO

Law360 (January 23, 2020, 5:25 PM EST) -- Google parent company Alphabet is on the hunt for a new top lawyer after its embattled chief legal officer said recently that he would step down at the end of the month. Legal industry experts say there are lessons other businesses can learn as the tech giant hits the search button.

The Jan. 10 announcement by David Drummond, who joined Google in 2002 before switching to Google's parent company in 2015, follows claims that he and other executives covered up sexual harassment. Drummond himself was accused of misconduct by a former subordinate with whom he allegedly had an affair, in violation...

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