The Scott Harris v. Fish & Richardson litigation (formally styled Illinois Computer Research v. Google) was settled yesterday. No real comment from the firm, which said only the dispute was "amicably settled" in today's Daily Journal (no link). Harris did say this: "In retrospect, there were certainly things I could have done differently. I did what I thought was right at the time."
All publicly available case documents for this case are available on Justia.com.
I'll update my L'Affaire Harris timeline again soon, and have some closing thoughts.
Update 8/18: Harris told The Recorder that the whole situation could have been avoided if only Fish hadn't pressured him to sell his patents. "When I sold the patents, I lost control of them," Harris said. "While I had them, there was no way I would've sued a Fish client like Google -- telling me to sell the patents was one of the worst moves they could’ve made."