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Evanston Insurance Company v. Narconon of Georgia, RTC, ABLE, Narconon International, et. al.

...Evanston Insurance Company seeks a declaratory judgment that professional liability policy no. SM-887805 (the “Policy”) issued to Narconon of Georgia, Narconon International, and Association of Better Living and Education (ABLE) is void ab initio (from the start), or alternatively, that Evanston has no duty to defend and/or indemnify Narconon or ABLE in the class action lawsuit, Benjamin Burgess et al v. Religious Technology Center Inc. et al. ...

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National Association of Forensic Counselors Sues Narconon and Church of Scientology

...BREAKING NEWS: Per Wickstrom’s Best Drug Rehabilitation and BDR’s Deputy Executive Director Jason Burdge Among Defendants In Massive Federal False Advertising, Trademark Violation Case Brought By ‘National Association of Forensic Counselors’ Richardson, Richardson, Boudreaux, Keesling/Plaintiff’s Lawfirm: NAFC, Inc. vs Narconon and Church of Scientology Int’l McAlester News Teaser, McAlester, Oklahoma: Federal case...

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NAFC v. Narconon and Church of Scientology (many defendants)

...Plaintiff National Association of Forensic Counselors, Inc. (NAFC) and Plaintiff American Academy of Certified Forensic Counselors, Inc. d/b/a American College of Certified Forensic Counselors (ACCFC) are issuing bodies for certifications in the rehab field, including Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor (CCDC), Master Addictions Counselor (MAC), and others. After finding that numerous Narconon and Scientology related entities and persons were (and are) using their certifications and trademarks without authorization, they have filed a lawsuit in Federal Court seeking to reclaim damages resulting from loss of reputation and money, which resulted in financial enrichment of the 82 defendants, and have asked for an injunction to prevent use in the future. The use of the trademarks implies that the individuals are certified by the Plaintiffs when in fact they are not. This case may have far reaching repercussions on other cases against Narconon....

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Akard v. Narconon Southern California. et al.

...Akard, represented by William M. Margolin, sues Narconon Southern California, Narconon International, Narconon Western United States, and the Association For Better Living and Education aka ABLE for contractual Fraud. Claims include that Defendent was deceptive in procuring contract, had 'unclean hands', use of Scientology philosophy in the program without disclosure. Much more... read the complaint....

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Elliott v. Narconon Vista Bay, Narconon International, and ABLE International

...This lawsuit is against Narconon Vista Bay, Narconon International, Association For Better Living & Education International and unnamed 'Does 1-20' for Damages related to Fraud, Breach of Contract. ...

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Burgess, Dacy, Howard, Karampelas, Martin & others similarily situated v. Narconon, Narconon Int., ABLE, and RTC

...Five families have filed a class action lawsuit calling the entire Narconon of Georgia program a fraud. This is the first ever class action lawsuit filed against a Narconon by victims its drug rehabilitation program and deceptive trade practices. This case concerns Narconon of Georgia and its parent and related supervisory organizations - Narconon International, Association for Better Living and Educational International and Religious Technology Center - which holds the copyrights and oversees licensing of all Scientology works left by L. Ron Hubbard to the Church of Scientology International for its organizations use, including its social front groups like Narconon. ...

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Fauteux et al v. Narconon International, ABLE International, et al

...This is a Complaint for Damages regarding the November 6, 2015 wrongful death of Tabatha Fauteux, a graduate of the Narconon Fresh Start program in Harlingen, TX , who was sent to Los Angeles as a trainee - housed and trained under the control and supervision of Narconon Int & ABLE, who tried to recruit Tabatha into joining Scientology with great pressure and against her wishes. The complaint's First Causes of Action are Wrongful Death Survival Action - meaning for the parents as survivors and for damages the Decedent (Tabatha) would be entitled to had she survived. The defendants are Narconon Int, ABLE, and those as yet unnamed as liable parties to this case. "Plaintiffs are informed and believe, and based thereupon allege, that at all times herein mentioned, Defendants, and each of them, knew that as a result of their course of conduct in bringing Tabatha to Los Angels as a Trainee" knowing that Tabatha was a former heroin addict, controlling Tabatha's living environment with knowledge that Tabatha was in effect being held hostage by Defendants, pressuring Tabatha to join the Church of Scientology and in providing herbal drugs to mimic the effects of opioid drugs, including heroin, would likely result in Tabatha relapsing to using heroin" This is one of the most important Narconon lawsuits we have seen. Please read our blog article and the complaint itself linked below ...

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Martin v. Narconon Fresh Start d/b/a Rainbow Canyon Retreat; ABLE; Narconon West US; Narconon International; et. al.

...Fresh Start representative Dan Carmichael made the usual false representations to the Plaintiffs (76% success rate, licensed medical care at the facility, the program is secular, and the sauna detox scientifically proven and effective for eliminating drug cravings) and also recommended that Plaintiffs employ Kevin Ray d/b/a Second Wind Intervention as an interventionist. This complaint goes into detail about the use of telephone scripts which are used with callers, in order to manipulate callers into enrolling their loved one in Fresh Start. It also goes into detail about how phone calls are recorded without the caller's knowledge, and used as "a means of teaching the high pressure and deceptive sales techniques Fresh Start uses."...

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Courson v. Narconon Fresh Start d/b/a A Life Worth Saving; ABLE; Narconon International

...The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege breach of contract, fraud, fraudulent concealment, negligence, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent misrepresentation, unjust enrichment and negligent infliction of emotional distress. The Coursens make additional claims under the Colorado Consumer Protection Act related to unfair and deceptive trade practices. ...

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Burchett v. Narconon Fresh Start d/b/a Sunshine Summit Lodge, ABLE, Narconon International, et. al.

...The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege unjust enrichment, fraud, negligence, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and violations under the California Unfair Competition Act related to false representations of the Narconon program. ...

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