Thats quite an amount to have to pay within 14 days.
Not only are the team having to foot the bill of £700,000 in unpaid expenses for Aerolab, plus paying another £650,000 in legal fees to Caterham, it has to be borne in mind that they are having to pay their own legal fees on top of that. It is quite likely that Force India's own legal bill is in the order of £650,000 - £700,000, which means that the total cost to the team probably exceeds £2 million, or about 100 times the damages they were awarded by the judges.
It really makes you wonder what the team thought they could earn out of such endeavours - their bill with Aerolab has been increased substantially, and I would not be surprised if this affair has had a negative impact on their reputation with suppliers (if you were a parts supplier, the arguments over unpaid bills might make you think twice about dealing with them).
Furthermore, although they did present a formal complaint to the FIA asking them to take a closer look at the whole affair, so far the FIA have made no comment on the whole affair and have ignored Force India: in that respect, despite the judge ruling that a few small elements may have been copied, the fact that the FIA are stonewalling them means that they have gained very little out of the whole affair.