Motorola Rival Urges Redo In $764M Radio Trade Secret Row

Law360 (April 3, 2020, 5:24 PM EDT) -- China-based Hytera told an Illinois federal judge Thursday that if he doesn't totally wipe out a $764 million verdict for Motorola or order a new trial, he should cut Motorola's actual damages to $28 million because a host of errors gave Hytera an unfair shake at trial.

Hytera Communications Corp. Ltd. told U.S. District Judge Charles Norgle that he should either grant a take-nothing judgment or a new trial. If he doesn't deliver an outright win or new trial, he should reduce the jury's "monstrously excessive" $345.8 million compensatory damage award to $28 million, and either vacate the $418.8 million punitive...

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