Motorola May Face More Sanctions In $10B Fla. Case

Law360, New York (June 17, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- A Florida judge could reportedly force Motorola Inc. to pay more sanctions in a $10 billion case over whether it stole an idea for a satellite vehicle-tracking device, ruling that the company's renewed motion to stay proceedings pending appeal was “frivolous.”

The judge denied Motorola's third motion for a stay as the company tries to appeal a jury verdict issued in 2006, and told it that it should pay for the time SPS Technologies Corp. had spent replying to the motion, according to the Daily Business...
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