Kent Roberts, the former chief counsel at McAfee Inc., on Tuesday became the first Silicon Valley lawyer charged in the stock options backdating debacle.
Roberts faces six counts of mail fraud, wire fraud and filing false SEC documents in connection with options grants given to himself and ex-McAfee CEO George Samenuk in 2000 and 2002.
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