Hit-makers Pharrell Williams and will.i.am are back on good terms after settling a trademark dispute.
The two fell out after Pharrell tried to register "I Am Other" with the Trademark Office for an online business. Will.i.am claimed that the name was too similar to his I.Am.Symbolic venture.
Pharrell filed a lawsuit in New York federal court in an attempt to garner a declaratory judgment of trademark non-infringement.
Instead of battling in in court, the two stars and their teams settled amicably
A settlement agreement is now being drafted.
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