Bruce Perens has a blog post on his site stating that the court has ordered Open Source Security, Inc. and Bradley Spengler to pay $259,900.50 his attorneys [perens.com]. At issue was Bruce getting sued for pointing out that Grsecurity and their customers are involved in contributory infringement and breach of contract by deploying their product in conjunction with the Linux kernel under the no-redistribution policy employed by Grsecurity.
The court has ordered [perens.com] Open Source Security, Inc, and Bradley Spengler to pay $259,900.50 in legal fees to my attorneys, O’Melveny and Meyers. The court awarded about half what we asked for, courts usually do reduce awards. There is no new comment at this time, but please see my comment upon asking for the award of legal fees. [perens.com]
Here are all of the case documents [perens.com].
Earlier on SN:
Bruce Perens Wants to Anti-SLAPP GRSecurity's Brad Spengler With $670,000 in Legal Bills [soylentnews.org] (2018)
Grsecurity's Defamation Suit Against Bruce Perens Dismissed [soylentnews.org] (2017)
Bruce Perens Warns of Potential Contributory Infringement Risk for Grsecurity Customers [soylentnews.org] (2017)