The general counsel of LoJack Corp. has beaten a contempt judgment, but he still must kick in additional alimony to his ex-wife for money he made in company stock.

The Appeals Court of Massachusetts found on Tuesday that Thomas A. Wooters, executive vice president and top in-house counsel for the anti-auto theft company, ran afoul of a divorce judgment when he failed to pay his ex-wife’s portion of the $1.2 million he earned in 2006.

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