Two plaintiffs firms are getting a big payday for dropping their backdating lawsuits against Brocade and going to work for the company’s special litigation committee.

San Diego’s Johnson Bottini and Robbins Umeda & Fink will be paid $8 million guaranteed, plus a piece of anything that’s recovered from the 10 former Brocade execs who have been sued by their former company.

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