You could equally take it to be a bad sign. In the US we know that the FSF and others have been able to persuade various organisations that they should comply because they would lose in court. That's actually a better place to be, because trials are expensive and somewhat unpredictable, any good lawyer will tell you that an actual lawsuit should be the last resort.
It could be a neutral sign, maybe German companies are just more willing to "take a punt" on going to court rather than settling before hand. Or it could be that Germany has an unusual number of violators.