Baylor’s Lawsuit Against the Baylor Alumni Association

On June 6, 2014, Baylor University filed a lawsuit against the Baylor Alumni Association that asked the court to stop the Association from using the University’s names and trademarks.  This page consolidates our communications with members, press releases that we have issued, and legal filings.  Both sides have filed Motions for Summary Judgment, and Baylor’s was heard in late January; a ruling is pending.  The trial date has been set for late March 2016.

This is a link to the posts on our Line Notes blog that address the litigation.  These include Litigation Updates from President Tom Nesbitt, and links to articles in the Waco Trib about the dispute.  In some cases, these posts were first e-mailed to BAA members.

These are links to the press releases that we have filed at various points during the process:

And finally, these are links to the actual legal filings:

The Spring 2014 issue of the Baylor Line may answer some of your questions about what led to this unfortunate situation.


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