Since last year, the Las Vegas Golden Knights have been engaged in a battle towards registering their eponymous trademarks. They have now come closer to reaching their goal as the hockey team entered into a co-existence agreement with U.S. Army that will satisfy the latter’s concerns as it relates to their Army’s parachute team, which is also called the Golden Knights.
Josh Gerben was quoted by ESPN about the trademark’s outcome as a result of the agreement:
“The filing to withdraw the opposition removes the final barrier for the Golden Knights trademark application,” […] “The trademark will now register in about 60 days.”
Article: Rovell, D. “Golden Knights settle trademark issue with Army over use of name”. ESPN.com. July 22 2018.