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The Vegas Golden Knights‘ trademark dispute has been resolved.

Bill Foley, the club’s chairman and CEO, announced Thursday that the Golden Knights and the U.S. Army have entered into a trademark coexistence agreement regarding usage of the NHL team’s mark and name.

The U.S. Army’s parachute exhibition team will continue to use the “Golden Knights” moniker, while the hockey club will keep using the names “Vegas Golden Knights” and “Golden Knights” in connection with that franchise.

Foley’s team has been dealing with trademark issues since the revelation of the name and logo in 2016. The Army renewed its battle with the club by officially opposing Vegas’ use of those identifiers in January of this year.

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