The North Face’s trademark battle against The South Butt, a St. Louis-based parody clothing company, ended late Friday with the parties settling their dispute out of court.

News of the settlement was first reported by the St. Louis Riverfront Times, which has been covering the case since its inception in December. (Click here and here for previous stories from The Am Law Daily on the North Face v. South Butt fracas.)

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