So Taylor Swift Is Seemingly Striking Back At A Theme Park Who Tried To Sue Her

And it's all to do with Taylor's latest album title.


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Did you have Taylor Swift and a theme park involved in legal proceedings on your 2021 bingo sheet? Well, if so, tick it off right now. It seems Taylor Swift (or Taylor’s team, more so) is hitting back at a theme park in Utah, called Evermore Park, who tried to sue her.

It’s reported that Evermore Park initially sued Taylor back in early February, over the use of the name Evermore on her recent 2020 album. They claimed that her album and related art infringed on their trademark. The theme park also sued the company that owns and manages Taylor’s copyright interests, TAS Rights Management.

Now, TAS Rights Management is filing a lawsuit in response to this, claiming that the park’s actors perform Taylor’s songs without permission or license.


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As you can imagine, with any lawsuit, it’s all quite complicated. But both lawsuits basically tackle entirely separate issues of trademark infringement and rights violations.

According to Variety, it seems that Evermore Park may have had “a Swiftie in its ranks” who “turned over evidence” to Taylor’s team which suggested they were using her copyrighted material without a license.

In the lawsuit, it’s claimed that Taylor’s attorneys were contacted by “a former Evermore Park volunteer and frequent patron of Evermore Park, advising of the unlicensed public performance of Artist’s music.”

Well… Now we wait to see what happens in the latest of weird celeb lawsuits, eh?


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