Founder member Hall quit the trio in 2006 and filed a lawsuit against the remaining members two years later (08), claiming she is owed $1.5 million (£1 million) for helping to launch the group.
The legal case was set to be heard in an Atlanta, Georgia federal court on Monday (15Nov10) - but the trio has avoided a public showdown by settling the dispute on Friday (12Nov10), according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Terms of the settlement have not been disclosed.
Continue reading: Sugarland Trio Settle Royalties Battle
Founder member Hall quit the trio in 2006 and filed a lawsuit against the remaining members two years later, claiming she is owed $1.5 million (£1 million) for helping launch the group.
The legal case has been given a federal court date of 15 November (10) in Atlanta, Georgia - and all three country stars are due to attend the hearing.
Earlier this year, a judge dismissed an application from lead singer Nettles to throw out the lawsuit.
Continue reading: Sugarland Trio To Meet In Court
Hall, who started out as a roadie for folk-rock duo Indigo Girls, wrote most of the songs on Sugarland's platinum debut album TWICE THE SPEED OF LIFE.
In a statement, fellow members Jennifer Nettles and KRISTIAN BUSH said: "Kristen has decided that she wants to stay home and write songs, and we support her in that decision."
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