Taylor Swift, Evermore Park Drop Copyright Infringement Lawsuits

The lawsuit and counterclaim between Taylor Swift and the fantastic Utah Evermore theme park was resolved by the parties involved giving up their suits, Rolling stone he learned.

“As a solution to both lawsuits, the parties will drop and dismiss their lawsuits without a monetary settlement,” spokesman Taylor Swift said in a statement to Rolling stone. Evermore Park’s attorney did not respond immediately Rolling stonerequest for comment.

On February 2, Evermore Park filed a lawsuit for trademark infringement, claiming that the release of Swift Evermore the album caused “real confusion,” which negatively affected the park’s online presence, along with disrupting marketing and merchandise and impacting visitors. He also claimed Evermore Park and Swift’s Evermore the goods offer similar products. The plaintiff further alleged that Swift’s clothing goods were counterfeited through the Evermore Park trademark. He demanded “no more than $ 2 million per counterfeit stamp” in connection with the trademark infringement on the clothes, as well as additional damages, along with legal costs and legal costs.

Swift’s team dealing with rights to her music and other trademarks, TAS Management, objected in late February. The counterclaim claimed that Evermore Park regularly engages in copyright infringement against Swift. The lawsuit alleges that three Swift songs – “Love Story”, “You Belong With Me” and “Bad Blood” – were regularly used in theme park performances without obtaining the appropriate license. He further claimed that Evermore Park ignored “numerous notifications” from the BMI Performance Protection Organization regarding the alleged copyright infringement in the Park.