Taylor Swift and Utah theme park Evermore have dropped their respective lawsuits against one another.
Evermore Park bosses filed a trademark infringement lawsuit on 2 February, claiming the pop star gaffed when she slapped 'Evermore' – the title of her latest album – on merchandise, insisting they own the copyright to the name and asking for millions of dollars in damages.
But Swift's TAS Rights Management then hit back by launching a countersuit against Evermore Park, arguing that the park has long had costumed performers singing hits by the singer and others without the correct license. They had requested a jury trial in the case.
However, both suits have since been resolved, with a spokesperson for Swift telling Rolling Stone: "As a resolution of both lawsuits, the parties will drop and dismiss their respective suits without monetary settlement."