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The Risk Metrics Group's Securities Litigation Watch has compiled a database of all the class action backdating lawsuits and their ultimate outcomes.

As of December 18, the total settlements in options backdating class actions equals nearly

The Risk Metrics Group's Securities Litigation Watch has compiled a database of all the class action backdating lawsuits and their ultimate outcomes.As of December 18, the total settlements in options backdating class actions equals nearly $1.8 billion. From the (relatively) paltry $18,000,000 Rambus paid to the absolutely monster 2008 United Health settlement... It was the pseudo-scandal launched by the Wall Street Journal's investigative unit, after its reporters began following up on an academic report that demonstrated many executive stock options awards were too well-timed to be plausible.

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The Risk Metrics Group's Securities Litigation Watch has compiled a database of all the class action backdating lawsuits and their ultimate outcomes.

As of December 18, the total settlements in options backdating class actions equals nearly $1.8 billion. From the (relatively) paltry $18,000,000 Rambus paid to the absolutely monster 2008 United Health settlement...

It was the pseudo-scandal launched by the Wall Street Journal's investigative unit, after its reporters began following up on an academic report that demonstrated many executive stock options awards were too well-timed to be plausible.

The basic idea was that many companies seemed to award stock options on days when their stocks were at low-points, which increased the value of the options when the stock increased and made the stock cheaper to buy for the executives.

No one's pay was "inflated" by backdating, unless you assume that the alternative would have been awarding executives exactly the same number of options at less-advantageous prices.

.8 billion. From the (relatively) paltry ,000,000 Rambus paid to the absolutely monster 2008 United Health settlement...

It was the pseudo-scandal launched by the Wall Street Journal's investigative unit, after its reporters began following up on an academic report that demonstrated many executive stock options awards were too well-timed to be plausible.

The basic idea was that many companies seemed to award stock options on days when their stocks were at low-points, which increased the value of the options when the stock increased and made the stock cheaper to buy for the executives.

No one's pay was "inflated" by backdating, unless you assume that the alternative would have been awarding executives exactly the same number of options at less-advantageous prices.

One of the thornier issues which comes up in legal practice from time to time is the backdating of documents.

BACKDATING: LEGAL AND ETHICAL CONSEQUENCES OF TEMPORAL MODIFICATIONS Tax Update XXXI Robert R.

Keatinge Holland & Hart LLP 555 17th Street, Suite 3200 Denver, CO 80202 [email protected]

The stock plans of many public companies prohibit the granting of below-market options; other companies disclose in their SEC reports that stock options are granted at market and prepare their financial statements on that basis.

The term “backdating” refers to a number of option granting practices in which the reported grant date is different from the date on which the option is actually awarded, resulting in an option that is already “in-the-money” at the time of the grant.