Motorola and Lemko Settle Suits over Theft of Trade Secrets Sparked by Employee Defections


A jury will never hear claims that Motorola engaged in racial profiling of its Asian American employees in order to find trade secrets thieves. Nor will jurors hear allegations that Lemko Corporation, a rival wireless technology developer, helped an accused Chinese spy smuggle Motorola documents out of the country. That's because Motorola, represented by Nixon Peabody and Winston & Strawn, and Lemko, represented by Niro, Haller & Niro, announced in a joint statement on Tuesday that they have settled all of their pending litigation.

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