Mike Lynch loses $5bn fraud case over sale of Autonomy to HP in 2011

1/28/2022 2:42:00 PM

Mike Lynch loses $5bn fraud case over sale of Autonomy to HP in 2011

Mike Lynch loses $5bn fraud case over sale of Autonomy to HP in 2011

UK entrepreneur Mike Lynch has lost a multi-billion pound fraud action brought over the sale of software company Autonomy to Hewlett Packard (HP) in 2011.

The ruling follows years of bitter wrangling over Autonomy's value, which HP cut by almost $9bn after buying the firm for $11bn.Mr Lynch is also due to learn later on Friday whether Home Secretary Priti Patel has approved an extradition request to the US where he faces criminal charges, including wire fraud and securities fraud, relating to the deal.

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The ruling follows years of bitter wrangling over Autonomy's value, which HP cut by almost $9bn after buying the firm for $11bn. Mr Lynch is also due to learn later on Friday whether Home Secretary Priti Patel has approved an extradition request to the US where he faces criminal charges, including wire fraud and securities fraud, relating to the deal. Judge Snow refused her application and said she should make a decision before Christmas. Advertisement . Mr Johnson had previously said on 7 December last year that it was “complete nonsense” that he had intervened to have the animals evacuated and that he had “no influence on that particular case”.