Jeffrey E. Stone was quoted in the December issue of Inside Counsel in an article regarding former McAfee general counsel, Kent Roberts', high-profile options backdating trial. The jury found that Roberts' actions did not meet the threshold for criminal intent. "This was under the white spotlight - an issue that drew intense investigative pressure. In a case like this, where apparently the evidence suggested that there was no intent to commit a crime, the jury ferreted that out. They really focused on the facts of this specific case," said Mr. Stone.