A DCMA claim doesn't mean anything. One of the biggest problems on the internet today are spurious DCMA claims that have no legal validity. Anyone can file a claim.
Both sides are claiming the courts have ruled in their favor for this, that, and the other thing yet in the grand scheme of things that doesn't mean anything. An injunction is a powerful legal remedy that's enacted immediately if the judge feels you actually have a case. If you want to stop anyone doing anything immediately an injunction is what's required. In this case that would mean Frogwares lawyers going to a judge, presenting the contract and explaining why NACON is in breach and they want an injunction to prevent them selling the game. Seeing as they haven't done that or were flat our rejected amounts to the same thing, their claims are just that, only claims.
The end result of this is one of the parties is going to be found liable of breach and owe the other party a whole schwack of dough. And from the looks of it so far my money is on Frogwares being the losing party.
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