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Friday, April 2, 2010

Notice to California State Bar; NAAS Accreditation Scams Update.


Attn: Chief Trial Prosecutor/Enforcement Officer
San Francisco (Main Office)
180 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94105

Attn: Chief Trial Prosecutor/Enforcement Officer
1149 South Hill Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
213-765-1000

In Re: California State Bar member Attorney Bruno Tarabichi


Pursuant to public NAAS EAS/N2 Rules, please be advised that a complaint will be initiated against the above attorney.

Bruno Tarabichi is a member of the California State Bar pursuant to the California State Bar Act, and California Codes, Business & Professions Codes §6002. California Codes, Business & Professions Codes §6004 requires that every member of the "California State Bar is an active member until as in Section 6007 of the California State Bar Act, or at his request, he is
enrolled as an inactive member. "

Legal pleadings and the like filed with the U.S. Patent & Trademark office have confirmed that your State Bar member has been put on notice that moral turpitude, failure to render honest services, breach of contract (he has visited the naas.org website, and read the NAAS legal disclaimer), and the like are offenses prosecutable by the California State Bar per California Codes, Business & Professions Codes §6007(c)(1).

The State Bar of California has the authority to "order the involuntary inactive enrollment of an attorney upon a finding that the attorney’s conduct poses a substantial threat of harm to the interests of the attorney’s clients or to the public...."

For a fee, Bruno Tarabichi agreed to get in bed with and thus represent Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. Their collective goal: to convince that agency to ignore public NAAS EAS/N2 Rules, ignore basic facts, disregard the interests of the collective members, and instead seek approval of a flawed trademark application that sought to misuse the great NAAS brand. Legal pleadings verify past trademark infringement abuse by Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, and state education departments in Idaho, Nevada, Montana, Utah, Washington, Oregon, and Alaska.; all of these states have sought to infringe upon the NAAS label while refusing to compensate the trademark owner.

In March of 2010, the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office issued a FINAL REJECTION after receiving facts and evidence that contradicted the multiple false and untrue claims of Bruno Tarabichi, the so-called "Attorney" hired by David Steadman.

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE:
ANY FURTHER FALSE STATEMENTS FROM YOUR ATTORNEY MEMBERS, OR ACTS THAT MAY BE PERCEIVED AS VIOLATIONS OF CALIFORNIA LAWS, INCLUDING ACTS OF MORAL TURPITUDE, WILL BE PROSECUTED BY NAAS AGENTS, OR AGENTS ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE SAME.

We have reviewed the institutions where Bruno Tarabichi claims to have received his education from, and those institutions DO NOT meet NAAS standards in terms of quality, integrity, and nationwide rankings. These flaws, however, are not an excuse, to engage in the sort of conduct that is the basis of our complaint. We will also be submitting a Freedom of Information Act Request to the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security to review his immigration and/or citizenship status to ensure he is a legal and lawful citizen of the U.S.A.

PLEASE NOTE that any further perceived inappropriate statements or improper acts, or violations of public NAAS EAS/N2 Rules, by any California State Bar member, will result in a detailed Petition for An Order to Show Cause why Attorney Bruno Tarabichi should not be disbarred from both the Trademark Trials and Appeal Board, and the California State Bar.

National Academy of American Scholars will NOT tolerate corrupt and unethical attorneys, or attorneys who do not meticulously adhere to the canons and ethics required by the American Bar Association.