My comment was pretty straightforward. The lawsuit is not expected to have any affect on this year's event, regardless of the outcome.
If Burning Man prevails in the case, the event would continue as planned. Pershing County would collect less in fees, in line with rates from 2011 and before. If Burning Man does not prevail in the case, Pershing County would collect more in fees as they did in 2012. Those fees would be collected from Burning Man and not participants (you wouldn't face a Pershing County toll booth). At no point is the ability to have the event at the current location in jeopardy. Participants should plan to be either as naked or as clothed as they have in years past. It is important to remember, of course, that until you're past those gates you are still 'in Defaultia' and could be ticketed for public nudity - as you could have in years past.
The case itself hasn't really made much movement, which is why there have not been any updates or posts. Pershing County did file a motion to dismiss (typical response when one party is sued is to try and throw the case out), and Burning Man filed an opposition/response. When there is progress to report, it will be posted on the Burning Blog as well as in the Jack Rabbit Speaks newsletter.