Scott Harris and Fish & Richardson have settled their legal fight that erupted after the inventive lawyer’s patents were asserted against Google, a firm client.

The confidential settlement was announced in a stipulation of dismissal yesterday. Harris, who was pushed out by Fish and is now working for himself in San Diego, said he’s “very happy with the settlement,” although he wouldn’t say what the terms were.

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