The trademark fight over which intellectual property law firm can use the “Fish” moniker has ended without much of a splash.

Irvine, California-based boutique Fish IP Law LLP indicated in court papers filed Monday afternoon that it’s dropping its lawsuit against Fish & Richardson. The smaller firm was seeking a ruling that its name and logo didn’t infringe the IP megafirm’s trademarks.

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