Navy Contractor Says Rival Can’t Use Info From Prior Suit

Law360 (October 15, 2020, 8:51 PM EDT) — A U.S. Navy contractor urged a D.C. federal court to toss out claims it hurt its competitor’s business with unfavorable testimony in a separate dispute between the competitor and the Navy, saying that the testimony is privileged.

Global Defense Logistics SRL hit back Wednesday at MLS-Multinational Logistic Services Ltd.’s complaint that it committed tortious interference by intervening in 2018 in a bid protest MLS had launched against the Navy. According to MLS, a statement from GDL employee Edwin Myhre endorsing a change in the Navy’s contract language was calculated to ingratiate GDL with the military branch and harm MLS’ standing….

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