Honeywell Denied Sanctions, Rebuked For Spying On Rival

Law360, Philadelphia (March 8, 2017, 4:23 PM EST) -- A Pennsylvania federal judge on Wednesday denied Honeywell International Inc.'s bid for sanctions against AlarMax Distributors Inc. in a price discrimination and breach of contract suit and barred the company from engaging in any further surveillance of individuals associated with the security products distributor.

Honeywell sought the sanctions after contending that AlarMax had been improperly granted a stay in the case on the basis of its president's ill health, saying that Robert Graf had recently been spotted socializing at Pittsburgh-area cigar bars. But U.S. District Judge Maureen Kelly rebuffed the company in an order filed after a telephone status conference in...

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