Boeing Seeks 'Alter Ego' Presumption In Satellite JV Trial

By Bryan Koenig (November 23, 2015, 6:00 PM EST) -- Boeing asked a California federal judge Sunday to sanction a Russian state-controlled space company's subsidiaries with a presumption that they are legally indistinct from their parent, as the aerospace giant seeks to recoup $111 million it says they owe over a failed satellite-launching joint venture.

Boeing wants U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Wistrich's Oct. 30 order denying those same sanctions against the subsidiaries of SP Korolev Rocket and Space Corp. Energia, known as RSC Energia, overturned, arguing that Energia has continually refused court orders to turn over reports Boeing believes would show Energia and its subsidiaries are one and the same,...

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