The legal team that voided Elon Musk’s record Tesla pay package deserves a tiny fraction of the $5.6 billion legal fee they requested because their lawsuit provided almost no benefit for the company, the electric automaker argued in court papers on Friday.

Tesla said the legal team for Richard Tornetta, the shareholder whose lawsuit led to a January ruling voiding Musk’s $56 billion pay package, should be paid as little as $13.6 million for their work, which began with a 2018 complaint.