Saturday, September 18, 2010
Boise State University football team, and university are targets of possible NAAS trademark infringement federal law suit.
NAAS Agents are preparing federal lawsuit against Boise State University and its football team, as well as other students who have infringed upon, stolen, and used the reputation of the NAAS label to recruit Boise students.
The corruption of the State of Idaho, and its refusal to enforce its own laws against Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, prompts NAAS agents to turn attention towards Boise State cheaters.
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
In January of 2010, several organizations tied to Northwest Association of Accredited Schools were forcefully stripped of their illegal and illegitimate use of the NAAS label. These organizations included The American Academy LLC, the Oregon chapter of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools; the Alaska chapter of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, The Association of Washington School Principals, Maple Lake Academy from Payson, UT, and several phony and illegal 'NAAS' accredited schools, as well as an illegal Facebook account that was set up by Northwest Association of Accredited Schools
In March of 2010, the United States Patent & Trademark Office re-affirmed the supreme rights of National Academy of American Scholars, and issued a FINAL REJECTION the efforts of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., and the Idaho State Dept. of Education to register the 'NAAS' trademark. David Steadman, Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, their collective members, and their California-based attorney were a humiliating defeat that they could have avoided if they had just respected American federal laws, traditional business ethics, and were more patriotic.
Northwest Accreditation Commission, f/k/a/ Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., is responsible for the national epidemic of illeigititmate accreditation services being sold and marketed under the NAAS label.
Recently, Northwest Accreditation Commission, f/k/a/ Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc forfeited its claim to use the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. name. Therefore, the organization changed its name to Northwest Accreditation Commission.
We assure scholars, institutions, and others that the mere change in names will not deter or intefere with legal plans to pursue justice against illegitimate 'NAAS' Accreditation schemes, and the blatant rape of the NAAS label by universities, colleges, and member organizations tied to Northwest Accreditation Commission, f/k/a/ Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc.
Students attending phony or illegitimate 'NAAS' accredited schools or any school or program associated with Northwest Accreditation Commission, f/k/a/ Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. will face legal risks.
Saturday, August 14, 2010
The official application period for NAAS Awards has been revised. The new application period commences Sept. 15th, and ends December 1st. The new dates will be reflected in the NAAS Multi-Media Application forms, and NAAS Media Kits. Thank you for your anticipated cooperation
Friday, August 6, 2010
The new NAAS Multi-Media Information Packets for the XXI term are now available and ready for download and access.
The new features incorporated are as follows:
1. Newly updated forms for the Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze, and NAAS -II awards;
2. Newly created NAAS eMicro Loan student application that is based upon merit rather than financial-need;
3. A multi-media interactive set of bookmarks embedded in the document.
4. Attached Accreditation codes for accrediting agencies in the U.S.A.
5. Detailed information and instructions for applicants and institutions.
6. Much more.