The legal woes over alleged stock option backdating continue to hound the former general counsel of Comverse Technology Inc., one of the first companies caught up in the continuing public scandal.

William Sorin, former general counsel for the world’s largest maker of voice-mail software, has already spent a year in federal prison for his role in stock option backdating at the company, making him the first corporate executive to serve time for options-related crimes.

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