A strange lawsuit that saw Yelp suing a small-time bankruptcy lawyer in San Diego, California over accusations of fraudulent online reviews has resulted in a settlement—but neither party is talking details.
On Friday, a superior court judge in San Diego approved the case’s dismissal with prejudice—meaning that it cannot be filed again—which had been first brought in May 2015.
“This case has been completely resolved to the mutual satisfaction of the parties,” Christopher Beal, a Yelp spokesman, told Ars. He declined to elaborate.
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