Covington & Burling, after a subpoena battle with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, has agreed to disclose the names of six clients whose information may have been exposed in a 2020 cyberattack and has agreed to forgo an appeal over the matter, according to a court filing Monday.

The agreement between the SEC and Covington, signed by a federal judge on Saturday, appears to bring the subpoena battle to a close, for now. As part of the terms of a stipulation and protective order signed by U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta of the District of Columbia, Covington will turn over by Friday the names of six of the seven clients who consented to the release of their names.