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Intellectual Property – Nonprofit Company – Identity Theft – Trademark – Cybersquatting (access required)

A nonprofit corporation that operated as a trade organization, the “Employers Council on Flexible Compensation,” for 27 years can sue its former executive director for “identity theft” for allegedly allowing revocation of its corporate charter and then registering its name as a new corporation, with the same acronym and a similar Web site name, and ...

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