West Coast Hip Hop legend Dr. Dre was set to appear in court and start trial yesterday for a 2010 lawsuit over damages from unauthorized online sales of his album The Chronic, for breach of contract, trademark infringement and misappropriation of his likeness, but the trial did not start as Dre has settled out of court as lawyers for the good doctor filed a notice of settlement in a Los Angeles federal court on Monday afternoon.

In April a judge ruled that WIDEawake, the new owners of Death Row Records didn’t have the right’s to sell Dre’s music online or repackage it for new CD releases as the West Coast super producer negotiated a deal to leave the company that required Death Row to obtain his permission before selling his music digitally.

After the settlement was filed on Monday, The Chronic was no longer available for download on iTunes.

No details of the settlement were revealed as there has been no comment from Dr. Dre or his attorneys.