After going through the actual motion, I came to the conclusion that it was best that, unlike those other YT lawyers who are as clueless as the backers, I just wait for the upcoming rebuttal that I was certain was forthcoming from Crytek.
These are same guys funding what has become a Ponzi scheme and an outright scam of epic proportions.
Assets and demos which were NOT from the game, but rather created by Crytek as proof of concept.
In his own words, from Oct 2012, Tracey is on the record saying that they create "Cover Demos" in order to "close deals" for engine licenses.
And between himself, Hannes and Paul, as well as outsourced artists, they created the demo
Sources tell me that during that time, Chris Roberts was the CCO for a company called Blink Media in Vancouver, for which he executed an agreement to evaluate CE3 for his yet unnamed project.
The same Carl Jones that is mentioned in the Crytek complaint, and who at the time was the director of global business development for Crytek.
By the time Chris Roberts left Blink Media, and he was already sold on the idea of using CE3, Crytek had agreed to create his tech demo for him.
That effort was led by Sean Tracey. In 2011.
The list of shell companies is amazing.
Skadden aren't stupid, and this isn't their first rodeo.
And if he never disclosed to Crytek that he was in fact a partner and co-founder of the project, then he is in big trouble. Attorneys have been disbarred for a LOT less.
To the extent that all it takes is for Crytek to prevail on a SINGLE one, and it's goodnight, sweet dreams for Star Citizen.