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4th Circ. Revives Defense Subcontract Dispute For 2nd Time

Law360 (June 11, 2019, 10:39 PM EDT) -- The Fourth Circuit on Monday partially revived, for the second time, a dispute between L-3 Technologies and Serco Inc. over an alleged $80 million scheme to cut L-3 out of the loop on a U.S. Air Force subcontract, saying several of L-3's claims were incorrectly ruled untimely.

Although a district court correctly found that Serco had not tortiously interfered in the business expectations stemming from its subcontract with L-3, it mistakenly ruled that L-3's conspiracy and fraud claims fell outside of relevant statutes of limitations, U.S. Circuit Judge Barbara M. Keenan, writing for a three-judge panel, said in a published decision....

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Appellate - 4th Circuit

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4380 Other Personal Property Damage

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April 17, 2018

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