Chrysler and Mercedes-Benz, clients represented by a team of Kilpatrick Stockton lawyers, have been awarded almost $4 million after beating back a patent infringement suit brought by one of several interlocking companies whose “primary source of income is from litigation settlements,” according to the judge’s order.

The award came on June 3 from a federal judge in Wisconsin after a jury found in March that a patent-owning company had breached a settlement agreement with Kilpatrick’s clients, then called DaimlerChrysler.

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