Courts & Crime

November 16, 2010 7:31 AM

Lockheed Martin will face whistle-blower lawsuit for F-35 work

Reversing an earlier decision, a federal judge has ruled that a whistle-blower lawsuit against Lockheed Martin over the company's work on the F-35 can go forward. U.S. District Judge Terry Means ruled Monday that he had erred in his earlier decision to toss the suit by former Lockheed software engineer Sylvester Davis and reinstated the case.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Widow told she cannot release body cam footage of husband's death 17:21

Widow told she cannot release body cam footage of husband's death

First day in court for Tonya Couch, mother of "affluenza" teen 04:16

First day in court for Tonya Couch, mother of "affluenza" teen

Dashcam video shows Kansas City police punching man, who sued alleging brutality 03:47

Dashcam video shows Kansas City police punching man, who sued alleging brutality

Neighbor speaks on case of missing Bradenton girl Janiya Thomas 01:07

Neighbor speaks on case of missing Bradenton girl Janiya Thomas

Obama lays a wreath at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park 02:18

Obama lays a wreath at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park

President Obama thanks military members in Hiroshima, Japan 07:43

President Obama thanks military members in Hiroshima, Japan

"We are not bound to repeat the mistakes of the past," says Obama in Hiroshima 17:13

"We are not bound to repeat the mistakes of the past," says Obama in Hiroshima

Donald Trump faces tough terrain in Washington state 00:46

Donald Trump faces tough terrain in Washington state

In Hiroshima, no expectation of apology from Obama 02:21

In Hiroshima, no expectation of apology from Obama

The Threat of Antibiotic Resistance 01:29

The Threat of Antibiotic Resistance

Young Bradenton entrepeneurs discuss government's role in the economy 02:02

Young Bradenton entrepeneurs discuss government's role in the economy

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos