The Sydney Supreme Court handed down its decision this morning.
Justice David Hammerschlag gave both parties thirty minutes to look over the judgement to see if they have any objections to publication of his findings.
He also found that Seven’s Brad Lyons was a plausible witness.
A hearing for costs will take place later.
Neither Melanie Brown nor husband and manager, Stephen Belafonte, attended the court this morning.
In a statement Seven said, “Seven Network welcomes the decision of the court upholding its contract with Mel B and preventing her working for a competitor in breach of contract in 2013.”
There is speculation Nine will announce Geri Halliwell as a likely replacement for the show, due to air later this year.