Motorola Solutions has come out on top, winning nearly $765 million in compensation after a federal jury in Chicago found that Chinese giant Hytera Communications had stolen Motorola Solution’s trade secrets and copyright infringement. As part of the verdict, the jury awarded Motorola Solutions $345.8 million in compensatory damages and $418.8 million in punitive damages — the maximum amounts that Motorola Solutions had requested to be awarded. “Today’s verdict is a tremendous victory for our company,” Motorola Solutions chairman and CEO Greg Brown said. “Motorola Solutions has always invested significantly in research and development to bring pioneering and beneficial technology to our customers around the world. In contrast, Hytera was simply profiting off of the hard work and innovation of our world-class engineers. The jury’s verdict validates our global litigation against Hytera by definitively affirming that stealing trade secrets and source code will not be tolerated.” See also: Biden comments reignite debate over Section 230 rule protecting online platforms (TechRepublic) Motorola Solutions said the company would now seek a worldwide injunction to prevent Hytera from further “misappropriating” the company’s stolen trade secrets and infringing its copyrights. Motorola Solutions had initially filed the trade secret theft complaint on 14 March 2017,… Read full this story
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