Ripple's General Counsel Steps Down After Two Years | Cell Phone Spy and Mobile Tracking Software
Ripple's general counsel Brynly Llyr has departed her post after almost two years of serving at the firm. Ripple's general counsel Brynly Llyr has left her post, which she had held since November 2016, Quartz reported September 7.The American technology company confirmed to Quartz that Llyr no longer serves at the firm. A Ripple spokesperson said:"We're grateful for all that she did to help build an incredible team. We wish Brynly all the best in her next endeavor and the team here at Ripple looks forward to the next chapter, where we will continue to pave the way in this ever-evolving and unchartered industry."Before joining RIpple, Llyr reportedly served for almost four years at e-commerce giant eBay as senior director of litigation. In 2015, she moved to Paypal Holdings, Inc. as senior director of patents, M&A and technology, according to Yahoo! Finance.Llyr steps down as Ripple is embroiled in a lawsuit over whether or not the company's token XRP is a security. In May, investor