SAN FRANCISCO — They aren’t out of the woods yet. Google Inc., Apple Inc., Adobe Systems Inc. and Intel Corp. avoided a potentially messy trial and $9 billion in damages by settling so-called no-poach litigation late last month for $324 million.But now a new round of litigation is beginning: In a series of shareholder derivative suits, plaintiffs lawyers allege executives of those tech companies harmed their companies, and in turn their shareholders, by entering into the illegal pacts.
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