Polaroid won part of the case, when the trial court ruled that some, but not all its patents had been infringed. Some of Polaroid's patents were also ruled invalid as part of the ruling.
A long, protracted trial on the issue of damages took place.
The award at trial was only $925 million (after correction).
Appeals and cross-appeals were filed with respect to both the patent infringement ruling, and the amount of the damage award.
The parties settled at the $925 million amount.
The entire process took ten years.
Polaroid was bankrupt not too many years after.