It is notable that so many Uber execs announce they are leaving and promise to help replace themselves. So far, the recruiting hasn’t been very successful. And, by the way, Uber has 230 attorneys on staff? They should spin out a law firm.
Yoo’s departure is not immediate. Instead, she will stay with the company until a replacement general counsel is found. “My plan is to continue on until Dara and I have found an amazing General Counsel to lead this team,” Yoo wrote in her email. “In the meantime, I will continue full speed ahead as your chief legal officer and general counsel.”