U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer slapped down Brocade ex-CEO Gregory Reyes’ argument Friday that Securities and Exchange Commission charges should be tossed because investors were not materially harmed by earnings restatements resulting from stock-option backdating.

“If this is so irrelevant, why was there all this backdating going on?” Breyer asked.

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