Raytheon Can't Duck $3M Suit Over Military Aircraft Contract

Law360, Los Angeles (September 24, 2012, 6:12 PM EDT) -- Space technology company L'Garde Inc. will be allowed to present to a jury its claims that defense contractor Raytheon Space & Airborne Systems owes it $2.7 million for breaching a multimillion contract related to the development of an advanced military airship when Raytheon jumped to a rival to complete the work, a California federal judge ruled Monday.

Judge George H. Wu refused Raytheon's bid to throw out L'Garde's $2.7 million suit over the design of an antenna mounting system for the Integrated Sensor Is Structure  program...
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