Abraham Sofaer doesn’t want to discuss Marvell Technologies. “I can’t talk to you about it, so I wish you well,” the former federal judge said last month before abruptly hanging up the phone.

But he doesn’t have to say anything publicly for it to be clear that the company — which hired Sofaer to investigate its own internal investigation — is struggling to escape a stock options tar pit.

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