Closing the loop on our previous report, freelance commercial artist Wayne W. Peterson and the Harley-Davidson motorcycle company have reached a confidential settlement in their copyright spat. Peterson had alleged that the iconic motorcycle maker stole his copyrighted “Live to Ride” logo, created in 1985 and the “Harley-Davidson University” logo, created in 1991.

Peterson filed a boilerplate stipulation of dismissal this week, ending the case.

Ralph A. Dengler, a former Director in the Gibbons Intellectual Property Department, and Todd M. Nosher, a former Associate in the Gibbons Intellectual Property Department, co-authored this post.