It's funny how Hollywood news sites change their tone when they see who the winner of a dispute is.
When Tony Moore initially sued Robert Kirkman, I don't recall there being a lot of bias in the reporting. They treated it as a serious challenge that might have merits.
Now that the lawsuit is settled with Kirkman apparently retaining control?
Not so unbiased.
Look at the phrasing of the opening line:
Kirkman settles litigation with a childhood friend who was trying to grab co-control over the lucrative zombie franchise.
Then there are the additional lines that are too cute, not by half, but by three-quarters, as they find ways to jam in "walking", "dead" and "killing".
The smoke has cleared with Kirkman emerging victorious in Hollywood's eyes. Let the treating of the plaintiff's cause as frivolous commence!