A new breach-of-contract lawsuit against McAfee may be the first in a wave of similar actions against companies that are barring current and former employees from exercising stock options during ongoing stock option backdating investigations.
Shareholder and shareholder-derivative suits have accused numerous companies caught in the backdating scandal of fraud and mismanagement, but the class action filed last week in Northern California federal court takes a different tack.
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