I have added the Marvell case to my table of options backdating case resolutions, which can be accessed here.
With the addition of the Marvell case, 27 of the 39 options backdating-related securities class action lawsuits have now been resolved.
We’re restoring fairness to the insurance industry one policy at a time.
On June 9, 2009, Marvell Technology announced (here) that it has reached an agreement to settle the case for a payment to the class of million.
Unlike exercises in which the acquired shares are sold immediately through a broker, these exercise-and-hold transactions are often accomplished in-house.
Thus, we expect that opportunistic backdating, to the extent it exists, is more likely to occur in exercise-and-hold transactions.
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