On Tuesday, a federal judge ruled that Typo Products had pay BlackBerry Limited over $860,000 for violating an injunction which prevented the company from selling its original iPhone keyboard case.

To be clear, this ruling has to do with Typo’s first keyboard case, not its latest one, which Typo says it designed specifically to avoid troubles with BlackBerry.

In a statement to Re/code, a BlackBerry representative said: “The court’s order speaks for itself.” As for Typo, they’ve said that the ruling is “part of the ongoing patent litigation related to the initial Typo product.”

“It has no impact on the Typo 2 product currently in the marketplace or our other planned product releases for the tablet.”

There’s no word on whether BlackBerry will take action against Typo’s second keyboard case, but if it doesn’t, it seems we can now put an end to this case once and for all.