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There are multiple rights at play, but key is a trademark that is co-owned by Jon Anderson and Alan White.
This allows Anderson to call his band "Yes featuring...", although that does not stop the other band remaining as "Yes".
The band then went on an extended hiatus in late 2004: while Squire, Howe and White wanted to continue, Anderson called for a pause.
Anderson and Wakeman embarked on work as a duo and Anderson also began working with Rabin.
This band has continued to work as Yes ever since, although O Wakeman was replaced by Downes, and David by Jon Davison.
They are joined by keyboardist Geoff Downes (also of Asia and The Buggles), who first joined Yes in 1980 and re-joined in 2011; vocalist Jon Davison, who joined in 2012; and Billy Sherwood, who has been working with the band sporadically since the beginning of the '90s.
The others continued without Anderson, touring later in 2008 with a line-up of Squire, Howe, White, O Wakeman and new vocalist Benot David.
They initially toured as "Steve Howe, Chris Squire and Alan White of Yes", but had reverted to the "Yes" name by 2009.
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Yes featuring Anderson Rabin Wakeman, sometimes abbreviated to Yf ARW or ARW, and previously just called Anderson, Rabin & Wakeman, consists of long-time Yes vocalist Jon Anderson; Rick Wakeman, who has been in and out of Yes since 1971; and Trevor Rabin, guitarist for much of the '80s and '90s.
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They are joined by Lou Molino on drums and Lee Pomeroy on bass.