Vice Media attempted to get an indie band to change its name this past April. While the media company is reportedly worth billions of dollars, they still sent a cease-and-desist letter to LA trio, ViceVersa, while arguing that the band's name and logo were too much like Vice's. But in November, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office had reportedly signed off on the band's application to trademark their name.

Now, both sides have reached a settlement over the trademark dispute. ViceVersa's lawyer wrote in a statement: "After a few weeks of negotiations, the two parties have come to an amicable agreement. Changes have been made to the band's trademark details as registered with the USPTO, thus narrowing the scope of their services. ViceVersa will continue using their name and logo as they please and Vice Media will go about their $2.5 billion business." A Vice spokesperson also said: "We're glad this worked out for both parties, and we wish the band the best of luck."