Toyota’s legal bills are mounting in the wake of lawsuits springing from its recent massive automobile recall, but a Washington state federal judge’s order in a patent infringement case is one spot of good legal news for the automaker.

On Feb. 9, Judge Richard Jones of the Western District of Washington ordered sanctions against attorney Conrad Gardner, who is suing Toyota Motor Corp. and its U.S. arm for patent infringement.

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