At Google, Macgillivray was deputy general counsel for products and intellectual property. He’s led Google’s settlement with book publishers and authors regarding its book scanning project, and worked on the Viacom-YouTube case, according to the NYT. Before working at Google, Macgillivray worked at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, the giant corporate law firm.
Earlier this year, Google lost top execs like Tim Armstrong, who became CEO of AOL, and former DoubleClick CEO David Rosenblatt. Click here to scroll through the Google Brain Drain →
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