It seems both of the individuals at Tiny (named Volagi) had worked at Giant, and Giant contended that one of the two fellow began planning his own competing company while working at Giant Not supposed to do that.
As the trial progressed, the judge threw out many of Giant’s claims, the most important being the claim of theft of trade secrets. Nonetheless, the jury found that the one former employee had violated his contract obligations because he began planning his own firm while still employed by Giant.
As a result, Giant was awarded damages
Both sides claimed victory. Giant released a statement claiming to be satisfied with the amount awarded because “... the lawsuit was a matter of principle.”
In the meantime, Tiny (Volagi) is still in business.
So who won? It makes a difference, as each side spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees. Both sides can seek reimbursement, claiming that they won. Pardon me, while I go eat a piece of chocolate.
From the court house to the office -- cartoons, that is. Thank you, Marty.