They went a very long stretch trying to force their developers to continue to come into work despite having not paid them for months and admitted they weren't going to be able to for months more, so one of their complaints is that CIG 'stole' many of those employees (somewhat reminiscent of Anthony Johnson's 1655 Casor suit) when they hired them.
I remember first watching this case in January earlier in the year and had finished reading about them going in the hole a few weeks before that. They couldn't make money anymore so they decided to take some from a previous customer/product promoter, also not long after there claim against CIG other companies that about had there hands into cryengine did a very fast 180. Over the next few months crytech showed more of the true colors with the handling of the contract with them and CIG. Instead of what they thought would be a solid case they have switch to a war of attrition in the courts.
I really hope we finally get to move past the mildly concerned phase of this lawsuit to the point and laugh phase. Until it's completely shutdown there is always a chance some lawyer will be able to spin something to their favour.
As a total law "noob" (something opposite of a lawyer I guess) I see that ruling is conditional on absence of "prominent display" of Lumberyard ads, and as such leaves a decent chance for Crytek to continue