A federal jury in Atlanta has awarded Lockheed Martin Corp. $37.3 million for the misappropriation by a Texas defense contractor of trade secrets associated with the design and construction of Lockheed’s anti-submarine bomber, which is used by navies around the world.

The jury handed down the verdict on Thursday after deliberating two days at the end of a three-week trial against L-3 Communications Corp. — the sixth-largest defense company in the United States — and its subsidiary, L-3 Communications Integrated Systems Inc.

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