Motorola Seeks Restraining Order For Former Executive

Posted by Kallan Dahn Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Motorola has filed a motion requesting a restraining order for David Hartsfield.  David quit Motorola where he was responsible for the development of CDMA handsets, and went to work for Nokia as the Vice President of Nokia's global CDMA business.  Motorola asserts that Hartsfield was exposed to Motorola's most secure trade secrets, and durring his work would be required to devulge and use that information.  Hartsfield's lawyer calls Motorola's request "Grossly inadequate", and noted that CDMA was a industry wide standard, not proprietary information.  In 2008 Motorola sued other executives that left to work for other device manufacturers.

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