A court in Florida will soon hear arguments by Miami attorneys in a case alleging a foreign government hacked a domestic company to obtain a perceived competitive advantage in litigation.

The dispute stems from the Angolan government’s alleged hacking of African Growth Corp. Both parties were negotiating a $45 million settlement over allegations that the Angolan government forged deeds of four of African Growth’s commercial properties within the country.

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