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College drops suit against porn firm

September 03, 2009|Times Wire Reports

National American University has agreed to drop its lawsuit accusing a California pornography provider of trademark violations and cyber piracy for its use of Naughty American University and the acronym NAU, an attorney for the school said.

The school's parent company, Dlorah Inc., filed the federal complaint in Rapid City, S.D., where the company is based, against La Touraine Inc., a Nevada corporation based in San Diego.

Sam Kerr, general counsel for National American University, said La Touraine had agreed to stop using the school's trademark.

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