The dispute centered around whether Psystar can sell its cheap computers loaded with Mac’s operating systems. Apple claimed it was a copyright violation, while Psystar claimed that Apple is cornering the market on Mac software by only allowing it to be used on Macs. Those antitrust claims didn't go so well.
The judgment will be entered against Psystar on copyright infringement and breach of contract. Although the two sides are still fighting about an injunction.
The winning lawyer? Townsend and Townsend and Crew chairman Jim Gilliland. The loser? Kiwi Camara, who is famous for having lost the first file sharing case to go to jury (update: sorta; see first comment below).
— Zusha Elinson