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Taylor Swift and Utah’s Evermore Park Drop Dueling Lawsuits

According to reports from Billboard, Rolling Stone and Variety, Utah’s Evermore Park and Taylor Swift have decided to drop their lawsuits, ending their legal battle over trademark infringement. A spokesperson for Swift confirmed this Wednesday night, saying the two parties have agreed to “dismiss their respective suits without monetary settlement.”


The lawsuit began when Evermore park sued the singer for trademark infringement after the release of her new album titled “Evermore.” Swift’s legal team, TAS Rights Management, claimed the theme park hadn’t suffered any damages as a result of the album. Swift’s attorneys then countersued the park, saying it improperly borrowed from Swift.

Tyler Hewitt is the web/social media assistant at UPR. He writes stories every day, updates the website and manages the station's Twitter and Facebook pages. Tyler is a senior at Utah State University and is studying public relations, marketing, and psychology. He loves to write, listen to music, play video games, play tennis and hang out with his fiancé and cat, Juno. He is a great plant dad and recently started collecting vinyl records!