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Without admitting or denying the SEC's allegations, Mercury Interactive agreed to pay a million civil penalty to settle the Commission's charges in 2007.

The SEC settled charges against Sharlene Abrams in March 2009.

He also admitted that he evaded paying ,202,917 in federal income taxes for the calendar years 20 by failing to declare the income he derived from the fraudulent WFI stock sales.

Mercury (formerly Mercury Interactive Corporation) is a former Israeli company that has been acquired by the HP Software Division.

Abrams is not the first individual to be indicted on tax evasion charges related to the backdating scandal. Therrien, former president and CEO of software maker Brooks Automation, with tax evasion for his conduct in connection a November 1999 option transaction.Abrams agreed to pay ,287,914 in disgorgement, of which

Abrams is not the first individual to be indicted on tax evasion charges related to the backdating scandal. Therrien, former president and CEO of software maker Brooks Automation, with tax evasion for his conduct in connection a November 1999 option transaction.

Abrams agreed to pay $2,287,914 in disgorgement, of which $1,498,822 represented the "in-the-money" benefit from her exercise of backdated option grants, and a $425,000 civil penalty.

* Sharlene Abrams to appear in court on Monday -filing * Tax indictment was connected to stock option backdating SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 9 (Reuters) - The former chief financial officer of Mercury Interactive intends to plead guilty in a case resulting from stock option backdating at the company, according to a court document filed on Thursday.

On 3 January 2006, Mercury missed a second deadline for restating its financials, leading to the delisting.

Chief Executive Officer Amnon Landan, Chief Financial Officer Douglas Smith, and General Counsel Susan Skaer resigned in November 2005 after a special committee at the company found that they benefited from a program to favorably price option grants.

The government intends to file a new indictment in connection with the guilty plea, the filing said. Attorney’s Office in San Francisco declined to comment, as did an attorney for Abrams.

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Abrams is not the first individual to be indicted on tax evasion charges related to the backdating scandal. Therrien, former president and CEO of software maker Brooks Automation, with tax evasion for his conduct in connection a November 1999 option transaction.Abrams agreed to pay $2,287,914 in disgorgement, of which $1,498,822 represented the "in-the-money" benefit from her exercise of backdated option grants, and a $425,000 civil penalty.* Sharlene Abrams to appear in court on Monday -filing * Tax indictment was connected to stock option backdating SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 9 (Reuters) - The former chief financial officer of Mercury Interactive intends to plead guilty in a case resulting from stock option backdating at the company, according to a court document filed on Thursday.On 3 January 2006, Mercury missed a second deadline for restating its financials, leading to the delisting.Chief Executive Officer Amnon Landan, Chief Financial Officer Douglas Smith, and General Counsel Susan Skaer resigned in November 2005 after a special committee at the company found that they benefited from a program to favorably price option grants.The government intends to file a new indictment in connection with the guilty plea, the filing said. Attorney’s Office in San Francisco declined to comment, as did an attorney for Abrams.

,498,822 represented the "in-the-money" benefit from her exercise of backdated option grants, and a 5,000 civil penalty.* Sharlene Abrams to appear in court on Monday -filing * Tax indictment was connected to stock option backdating SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 9 (Reuters) - The former chief financial officer of Mercury Interactive intends to plead guilty in a case resulting from stock option backdating at the company, according to a court document filed on Thursday.On 3 January 2006, Mercury missed a second deadline for restating its financials, leading to the delisting.Chief Executive Officer Amnon Landan, Chief Financial Officer Douglas Smith, and General Counsel Susan Skaer resigned in November 2005 after a special committee at the company found that they benefited from a program to favorably price option grants.The government intends to file a new indictment in connection with the guilty plea, the filing said. Attorney’s Office in San Francisco declined to comment, as did an attorney for Abrams.

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