As former general counsel for chip maker Xilinx, Thomas Lavelle knows what it’s like to work for a company under legal scrutiny. That expertise may come in handy as he takes the legal reins at fellow Silicon Valley company Rambus, which in recent years has faced a host of legal challenges.

Both Xilinx and Rambus are among the 120-some companies to find their past stock option grants under SEC scrutiny.

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