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Date: April 12, 2017

Law360 reported on a case filed by TELG client Kathryn Smith, who alleges that defense giant Raytheon Co. fired her illegally after she tried to disclose higher-than-expected losses on a tsunami warning system. The article quoted extensively from Ms. Smith's complaint—and noted that she's not the only whistleblower Raytheon is battling in court.

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Raytheon Faces Retaliation Suit Over NOAA Subcontract

Defense contractor Raytheon Co. was slapped with a retaliation suit in Virginia federal court Tuesday by a former program manager who says it unlawfully fired her for trying to alert her superiors to cost overruns on a $2.6 million subcontract for a tsunami warning system.

Kathryn Smith alleges that Raytheon broke the Dodd-Frank Act’s bar on retaliation when it fired her in February 2016 after her repeated attempts to update internal financial reports with projections of a $1 million loss on the project, far exceeding the $300,000 loss originally estimated.

“Raytheon had no legitimate business reason for its decision to remove Ms. Smith as program manager from the tsunami project,” the complaint claims.

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