The case was settled shortly after noon. Details of the settlement were not immediately available.
Katopodis claimed HealthSouth owed him some property in the city's Southside. In 2000, Katopodis started a program to give refurbished computers to needy Fairfield school children. Katapodis claimed he and former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy had a verbal agreement that Katapodis would get money and two buildings. HealthSouth says there was no binding agreement. The corporation also alleges misspending in the program.
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