Psystar filed for bankruptcy at the end of May, temporarily slowing down legal proceedings with Cupertino-based Apple. All legal actions involving Psystar were put on hold while the company began proceedings with bankruptcy courts.
A couple of weeks after Psystar filed for Chapter 11, Apple accused the company of hiding behind bankruptcy rather than facing up to the consequences of copyright infringement. The Cupertino-based company filed a motion to have its case against Psystar continue and according to AppleInsider, Apple’s efforts were successful.
Psystar’s Chapter 11 filing blamed mounting legal fees for having to file for bankruptcy in the first place. ChannelWeb reports that the company estimated its total debt at more than $250,000, about a third of which is payable to its legal firm Carr & Farrell.