U.S. Supreme Court's A-12 ruling shifts power toward industry in disputes over classified programs
Charles Dickens' Bleak House had Jarndyce and Jarndyce, the interminable chancery court case in which legal fees finally consumed the entire estate in dispute. Aerospace has the case of the canceled Avenger. Legal fees are not apt to consume the money at stake hereâ€”potentially $3 billion the U.S. government wants from General Dynamics and Boeing because of the failed effort to produce the Navy's stealthy A-12 Avenger II attack aircraft. Still, even a unanimous ruling by the Supreme ...
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