Dallas firm Jenkens & Gilchrist closed its doors on March 31, 2007, but the firm just won a jury verdict valued at more than $4 million in a breach of contract suit it filed in July 2007 against a former intellectual property client.

Asure Software Inc. of Austin, known as Forgent Networks until September 2007, announced the July 23 verdict late Tuesday. A jury in 134th District Judge James Stanton’s court in Dallas returned the verdict awarding Jenkens $3.14 million in actual damages plus up to $1.15 million in attorney fees and prejudgment interest in Jenkens & Gilchrist PC v. Forgent Networks Inc., et al.

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