(CIVIL LAW) to give up profits gained illegally. These illegal gains are usually given up following a ruling in a civil lawsuit She settled the civil fraud case and agreed to disgorge her profits and pay a one-time penalty.
- The law firm will have to disgorge the 9.6 million dollars it received because it failed to reveal a conflict of interest.
- The defendant failed to disgorge funds from offshore accounts.
- The executive was ordered to disgorge her bonus.
- disgorge fees