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Now we find Broadcom co-founder Henry Nicholas locked in a lawsuit with former aide Kenji Kato, as the parties fight over drugs, prostitution and Judo allegations.

The Justice Department has asked Broadcom for some documents already requested by the US Securities and Exchange Commission in its informal probe, Bloomberg reported.It also demands that Ruehle and Dull return “ill gotten gains” of 0,000 and

The Justice Department has asked Broadcom for some documents already requested by the US Securities and Exchange Commission in its informal probe, Bloomberg reported.

It also demands that Ruehle and Dull return “ill gotten gains” of $100,000 and $1.8 million, respectively, and that Nicholas and Ruehle repay unspecified bonuses and stock sale profits.

Nicholas and Samueli, who formed a two-man committee that awarded 95% of the options, never received any backdated options themselves.

The complaint follows Broadcom’s agreement April 22 to pay $12 million to settle an earlier SEC lawsuit that made similar allegations, but against the company itself.

That suit alleged that the backdating scheme ran from June 1998 through May 2003, a time of “tremendous growth” for the company.

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The Justice Department has asked Broadcom for some documents already requested by the US Securities and Exchange Commission in its informal probe, Bloomberg reported.It also demands that Ruehle and Dull return “ill gotten gains” of $100,000 and $1.8 million, respectively, and that Nicholas and Ruehle repay unspecified bonuses and stock sale profits.Nicholas and Samueli, who formed a two-man committee that awarded 95% of the options, never received any backdated options themselves.The complaint follows Broadcom’s agreement April 22 to pay $12 million to settle an earlier SEC lawsuit that made similar allegations, but against the company itself.That suit alleged that the backdating scheme ran from June 1998 through May 2003, a time of “tremendous growth” for the company.

.8 million, respectively, and that Nicholas and Ruehle repay unspecified bonuses and stock sale profits.Nicholas and Samueli, who formed a two-man committee that awarded 95% of the options, never received any backdated options themselves.The complaint follows Broadcom’s agreement April 22 to pay million to settle an earlier SEC lawsuit that made similar allegations, but against the company itself.That suit alleged that the backdating scheme ran from June 1998 through May 2003, a time of “tremendous growth” for the company.

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