Chief Legal and Policy Officer Viet Dinh will step down from his post, months after the company agreed to pay a $787.5 million settlement to Dominion Voting Systems.

The departure comes after Dinh advised the company through the lawsuit with the voting machines company, which was halted just short of a trial with the April settlement. The company has continued to feel the fallout since.

Dominion hit Fox with a defamation lawsuit arguing its networks “intentionally and falsely” blamed the company for the 2020 election loss of former President Donald Trump to President Joe Biden by airing unsubstantiated claims that Dominion’s machines rigged the election.

While Fox agreed to the settlement, its hosts weren’t required to talk about the lawsuit or make any public apology for on-air statements.

Days after the settlement was reached, Fox ousted primetime host Tucker Carlson, who has since his own show on X, the website formerly known as Twitter. Since then, Jesse Watters has become the  for the same primetime slot Carlson once held.

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