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EDVA: No tortious interference without contractual expectancy (access required)

In protracted trade-secrets litigation, claims by successor organizations to a government subcontractor failed to demonstrate a valid contractual expectancy that could support their claims of tortious interference with a business expectancy. Background Plaintiffs L-3 Communications Corp. and L-3 Applied Technologies Inc. specialize in High-Altitude Electro-Magnetic Pulse (“HEMP”) testing and maintenance for mission-critical military equipment. Defendant Serco Inc. ...