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Protracted trademark dispute in Yosemite NP appears to be making progress toward solution

A measure of optimism has arisen in the Yosemite National Park trademarks battle between DNC Parks & Resorts and the federal government, with the parties gaining judicial approval to more time to negotiate a settlement.

In a brief filed Monday with U.S. District Judge Patricia E. Campbell-Smith, lawyers for the two sides asked that a 90-day extension be approved for settlement talks. Without such an extension, the parties would move deep into the discovery phase of the civil case. With it, they would have until April 25, 2019, to complete fact discovery in the case, and until September 15 to complete all expert discovery.

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