Taylor Swift, who has been sued by a theme park in Utah for copyright infringement over use of the album title Evermore, termed the claims baseless.
Swift’s representatives denounced the declare, saying: ‘It’s inconceivable that there’s any chance of confusion between your consumer’s theme park and associated merchandise and Ms Swift’s music and associated merchandise.’
The park’s homeowners, who’re searching for damages from the American singer over utilizing album title Evermore, alleged that Swift’s album has confused the guests and negatively impacted its search engine outcomes.
In accordance with park’s HR director, the guests have been asking ‘whether or not the Evermore album was the results of a collaboration between park’s homeowners and Taylor Swift or another sort of relationship’.
It added: ‘Your use of the Evermore trademark infringes on Evermore’s trademark rights and has resulted in precise confusion.’
The theme park reportedly ‘operates an immersive expertise… by which performers who painting fantasy characters are the principle attraction.’
Taylor Swift’s attorneys rejected the claims and known as the matter ‘baseless … frivolous and irresponsible.’