About Our Legal Cause
THIS AFFECTS EVERY VETERAN, EVERY CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES as well as all visitors to the United States. We are helping veterans whose names and/or images have been misappropriated.
OUR CURRENT PROJECT: Help General Yeager keep control of his name and help you keep control of yours. Others should not be allowed to benefit from using your name without your consent. Gen. Yeager has filed Petitions with the California and United States Supreme Courts to help every citizen of the United States and anyone investing in America.
If you want to give Gen. Yeager permission to add your name to his Petitions and/or court documents supporting General Chuck Yeager and this cause, please leave your name street address, phone number, email, military status, veteran status, and occupation here.
Friends of Chuck Yeager, press here enlist your support for the Petition and our cause
These are some of the cases we are supporting
- Can a lawyer use a client's name on his website without the client's permission? The California Bar Association says no, but an appellate court did not seem to mind. The question is going to the California Supreme Court, and VeteransAmicus is supporting a Friend of the Court Letter. More details
- Does California's single-publication rule govern the accrual of a Lanham Act claim arising from a merchant's refusal to remove an unauthorized endorsement from their website? That is, when you tell someone to quit using your name on their website to help sell their product, does a statute of limitations apply when they continue to publish the offending content? More details
About the Lanham Act
Title 15 USC, Sect. 1125(a) - abridged:
Any person who uses in commerce any name, which is likely to deceive as to the affiliation, connection, or association of such person with another person, or approval of his or her commercial activities by another person, shall be liable in a civil action by any person who believes that he or she is or is likely to be damaged by such an act.