Stuart, Fla., litigator Willie Gary has upped the stakes in his post-trial sanctions case against electronics giant Motorola. He’s asking for as much as $93 million in attorney fees for the plaintiffs lawyer team in a trade secret case that ended with a deadlocked jury.

Gary, 59, who represents the now-defunct SPS Technologies of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., also is asking Broward Circuit Judge Leroy Moe to levy a $100 million sanction against Schaumburg, Ill.-based Motorola for violating a court order sequestering witnesses and allegedly hampering the plaintiff’s chances in a new trial.

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