Singer Belinda Carlisle and L.A. Gear agreed to settle an advertising contract dispute out of court, an attorney for the shoemaker said.

The two parties were still working on the settlement and the terms will not be disclosed, attorney John J. Quinn said Tuesday in Los Angeles.In March 1989, L.A. Gear filed a breach-of-contract lawsuit against Carlisle, claiming the former lead singer of the pop group The Go-Gos failed to fulfill terms of a 1988 contract.

The singer did one television commercial and a print advertising layout, then allegedly refused to do more work even though the contract called for up to six more days of shooting time, Quinn said.

Carlisle filed a countersuit seeking money owed her under the contract, said her attorney, Larry Stein.