Hard drive company Seagate will appeal against a High Court award to Amstrad of #86 million in damages.
And subsidary Viglen has floated on the Stock Exchange with the share price starting at 64.5 pence, giving it an overall market valuation of around #80 million, less than expected by City analysts.
Alan Sugar, chairman of Amstrad, has a 20 per cent stake in Viglen, diluted from 34 per cent after Deutsche Morgan Grenfell told him the large share could adversely affect the flotation.
According to a report in today's Times of London, shareholders in Amstrad, which was dissolved last week, have already received 163p a share in cash, options in Viglen and Betacom stock.
Those shareholders have also been given so called "litigation certificates" against money won in legal battles against both Western Digital and Seagate.
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