Florida’s Broward Circuit Judge Leroy Moe seemed to tip his hand Wednesday during a hearing to consider Stuart, Fla., litigator Willie Gary’s post-trial request for $100 million in sanctions and $93.1 million in attorney fees in a trade secrets case against electronics giant Motorola.

Moe said he did not want to hear from the scheduled long list of witnesses. “Fees are going to the law firm,” he said. “How they split them up is up to them.”

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