Broward County, Fla., Circuit Judge Leroy Moe Thursday awarded the attorneys representing SPS Technologies $20 million in fees and $2.9 million in costs in a trade secrets case against Motorola that ended in a deadlocked jury last fall.

But Moe did not address the plaintiff’s request for a $100 million sanction against the Schaumburg, Ill.-based electronics giant, which was sought on the grounds that two Motorola witnesses violated Moe’s witness sequestration order and read witness testimony prior to testifying.

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