Friday, September 21, 2007

The Work of Tax Exempt Entities is Far from Just Tax Based

The American Red Cross, one of the largest public charities in the United States, has fired another shot in their trademark infringement case against Johnson & Johnson. Johnson & Johnson is suing the Red Cross claiming that the Red Cross has infringed on J&J’s trademark. The Red Cross disputes these claims, and on Thursday, the Red Cross asked that the claims be thrown out.

The Chronicle of Philanthropy has an article about the matter available here. The article contains a link to the statement released by the Red Cross setting forth their position.

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