Mr. Jaskula represented an electrical engineer who worked for Northrop Grumman designing test equipment for the component of the Stealth Bomber that would have made the aircraft completely invisible to enemy radar. The case involved government regulations, classified document issues, engineering design specifications, internal Northrop procedures and a host of other evidence that suggested that Northrop fraudulently misrepresented the development of the electronic component to the United States Airforce. Rather than going to trial, Northrop agreed to the largest settlement of any kind in Illinois in 2005. For his efforts on the case, Mr. Jaskula was nominated and became a finalist, along with four of his colleagues, for the Trial Lawyer of the Year Award by the Trial Lawyers for Public Justice.