Attorneys have more bad news for corporate executives caught in the stock-options backdating quagmire: Millions of dollars in unpaid taxes on the option gains will be due by the end of this year.

Some lawyers had hoped that the Internal Revenue Service might give companies a longer period to investigate the issue and clean up any problems, getting executives off the hook for higher taxes on their gains.

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