ergophobe - 5:30 pm on Mar 16, 2011 (gmt 0)
Unfortunately, every article on the web included the one linked inthe first post seem to be nothing more than reprinted press releases from the winning attorneys.
I'm guessing that they are trying to stake out ground painting the judgement in the broadest possible light with an eye to attracting new clients and making their version of the judgement (especially the part about all intermediaries being put on notice, which has the potential implications noted by LIA above) appear to be settled law.
I'd like to see the actual ruling and basis for it, though since it's a jury trial that might be a little hard to decipher. If I were the prosecutor, I would have gone for a jury trial too. Slam dunk.