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Stock Option Claims

Stock Option Claims

Definition

Allegations by current or former employees that they have been wrongfully deprived of monies due from stock option grants provided by the organization. The largest stock option claims involve those by high-level executives who, following termination or forced resignation, assert that they have been wrongfully deprived of the financial gain produced by stock option grants. Such claims are covered by employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) policy forms.

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