Rite Aid contended that Noonan violated his obligations under the agreements with the company when he pleaded guilty in July 2002.
The lawsuit was filed Friday in Cumberland County Court. The company is also pursuing legal fees and other payments made to former executives who pleaded guilty this year to obstructing justice. Federal authorities began investigating after Rite Aid restated its 1998 and 1999 revenues downward by $1.6 billion.
Five company executives pleaded guilty in the case. Noonan pleaded guilty to a federal charge of withholding information.