If found guilty, I hope the fines go well beyond damages and are punitive enough to give CEOs pause before repeating.
Sony in particular--it was only 2+ years since their fines part for collusion for price fixing for Beta-type tapes.
Sony got an extra dose of fines in that one for obstructing justice with employees shredding documents. However, fines still weren't enough there since Oops they did it again. Most large corporations are amoral, they respond only to the shareholders. If guilty this time, need a heavy enough fine to be a real deterrent when the CEO is facing angry shareholders looking at the reason why there was such a loss that year.