Our court system is VERY different from the one you north-americans have. For one, "loser pays all" and also lawyer costs are much lower than in the US. Altogther this means that small business can defend their interests (if they are legit) without having to worry too much, something that doesn't happen in the US because its just easier and cheaper to desist and/or pay rather than going to court...where even if you win you will have a huge hole in your wallet.
Now, if you add that to the fact that we don't have any lobby for technology firms (we only have one for music..although its power has lowered a lot since they were caught into some not-nice stuff, like fraud), and that the defendant is spanish firm vs a giant, you have it all.
For one, it surprises me this quote:
En su momento recibimos un burofax de Apple en el cual nos intiman a destruir nuestras tabletas sin posibilidad de recurrir ante la justicia
This means that NT-K got a letter (*a burofax is just a letter that has official validation everywhere, even in court, because when you get it you have to sign it) telling them that they either distroyed their tablets or would have to face Apple on court.
Doesn't that sound like blackmail, to you?
PS: but don't think this is done. They can go to a higher instance and keep trying, although I find it very difficult for Apple to win on this one, specially in Spain.