The California State Bar and have quietly settled two-year-old litigation that accused the online company headquartered in South San Francisco of illegally operating a lawyer referral service.

The settlement, signed by state bar and LegalMatch officials on Aug. 30, required LegalMatch to pay $225,000 to the bar. The company admitted no wrongdoing, and both sides agreed to bear their own legal fees and costs.

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