A federal judge in Atlanta issued a $127 million order and judgment Monday in a seat belt product liability case that has been in litigation for eight years.

The 96-page order concludes a bench trial conducted over six days in October before Judge Steve Jones of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. Jones entered a verdict in the amount of $127,019,343.40 against Autoliv but apportioned 50% of the compensatory damages to Mazda, reducing the Judgment against Autoliv to $113,509,671.70.

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