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Use of NAACP Marks Not ‘Parody’ (access required)

Plaintiff anti-abortion activist whose foundation and website consistently referred to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People as the National Association for the “Abortion” of Colored People has infringed defendant’s NAACP and association name trademarks in violation of the Lanham Act and Va. Code § 59.1-92.12(i), and tarnished these trademarks; however, the Norfolk ...

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