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Lockheed Sues L-3 Over Proprietary Data

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Dow Jones reports that Lockheed Martin and L-3 Communications are now in a dust-up about whether or not L-3 inappropriately passed on proprietary data to a South Korean company as part of its efforts to help upgrade P-3 Orion aircraft. Lockheed sued L-3 in an Atlanta federal court, and L-3 countersued.

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