Expert Calls Motorola Docs Useless In Trade Secrets Trial

Law360, Chicago (November 14, 2011, 4:41 PM EST) -- Documents allegedly containing Motorola Inc. trade secrets that an ex-employee tried to bring on a one-way flight to China would have been useless to anyone outside the company, an expert witness testified Monday at the former worker's criminal bench trial in Illinois.

Appearing for the defense, cellular engineering scholar Dr. Ray Nettleton said that the three Motorola documents charged in the indictment against former Motorola software engineer Hanjuan Jin contained information about an out-of-date technology, and that at least one of the documents was filled with...
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USA v. Jin


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1:08-cr-00192

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Illinois Northern

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March 2, 2008

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