A Texas defense contractor found by an Atlanta federal jury last spring to have misappropriated trade secrets from Lockheed Martin Corp. has accused Lockheed of intentionally withholding evidence critical to its defense.

That allegation was made by attorneys for L-3 Communications Integrated Systems four months after the jury awarded Lockheed $37 million in damages and legal fees that could total more than $16 million.

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