HP $48 Million Lawyer-Pay Plan to Sue Autonomy Shot Down

Hewlett-Packard Co.’s plan to pay shareholders’ lawyers as much as $48 million to help sue former Autonomy Corp. executives was rejected by a judge who said such a provision shouldn’t be part of an accord shielding the company’s management from claims over the botched acquisition.

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