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Securities Class Actions Derivative Cases Other Securities Litigation Matters Applied Micro Circuits (N. Cal.): We obtained a dismissal with prejudice of a securities class action brought against Applied Micro Circuits and two of its former officers.

The plaintiff sought to recover "short swing" profits allegedly realized by two executive officers in connection with their receipt of stock option grants.

Back then, when Roux lived on the East Coast, he was at a meeting of the board of Lotus Development in Boston, when someone suggested they find the "East Coast Larry Sonsini" to act as their lawyer. He is the most influential and well-connected lawyer in the industry. Sonsini, 65, is an integral part of Silicon Valley's history and culture.

Ruehle spent nine years at Broadcom, helping the company evolve “from a small aspiring private company to an industry powerhouse,” he writes.

But when the options backdating scandal hit the fan at Broadcom, the search for scapegoats was on. And it didn’t take him long to learn about the key document in corporate crime law. Ruehle reprints the entire memo at the back of his book.

And he hired Rich Marmaro and his white collar criminal defense team from Skadden Arps – to prove his case.

And in a remarkable two-month trial in 2009, they fought back against what they alleged and what the judge agreed was prosecutorial misconduct. Ruehle has written a book that is destined to become an instant classic in the annals of corporate and white collar crime. Ruehle, You are a Free Man — A Broadcom Saga — My Fight for Justice.

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Mark Fickes joined Cannata O’Toole Fickes & Almazan in 2014, and practices in Walnut Creek and San Francisco. Fickes began practicing law in 1995 and has tried dozens of cases to verdict in state and federal courts. Fickes served as trial counsel at the San Francisco Regional Office of the U. While in private practice, he prosecuted and defended numerous cases in trial courts around the country. He began his career as a prosecutor with the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office where he tried numerous cases involving serious or violent felonies. Fickes currently serves as a member of the Alameda County Court Appointed Attorneys Program (“CAAP”). Fickes provides legal defense to individuals charged with crimes when the Alameda County Public Defender is unable to provide representation due to a conflict of interest. Fickes represents clients charged with a wide variety of offenses from drug possession to serious and violent felonies. Fickes was admitted to the California bar in 1995 and is also admitted to practice before the U. District Court in the Northern, Southern, Central and Eastern Districts of California, and the U.

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She has advised numerous boards and special committees in internal investigations regarding accounting improprieties, FCPA violations, stock option backdating, insider trading, off-label marketing, and embezzlement.

Nicki has represented over 20 companies in government investigations and has served as personal counsel to dozens of executives and directors in SEC matters.