In the suit, which was launched in October 2013, Open TV alleged that Netflix “infringes its patents and is seeking, among other relief, to enjoin Netflix from further infringement by its recently launched service in the Netherlands.”
The court ruled that the patent is basically worthless. All allegedly infringed patent claims were found invalid because they are not inventive and not new. The verdict can be found here (available in Dutch only). Open TV was also was ordered to pay legal costs for Netflix of around €234,475.
However, the court still has to rule on another patent claim from Open TV, for which no date has been set yet.
Open TV is also suing Netflix in the US, where a case before the District Court for the Northern District of California is still ongoing.