Question: Why did Girl Scouts sue Boy Scouts?

A little more than a year later, the Girl Scouts sued the Boy Scouts in federal court in Manhattan for trademark infringement, dilution, unfair competition, tortious interference with prospective economic advantage and deceptive business practices.

What is the Boy Scout scandal?

On October 19, 2012, the Boy Scouts of America were forced by court order to release over 20,000 pages of documentation on 1247 alleged child sexual abuse cases within the organization, covering the time period from 1965 to 1985.

Did the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts merge?

Girls can now join Scouts BSA, once known as Boy Scouts. In May 2018, the national scouting organization announced it was changing the programs name and would welcome girls as well as boys ages 11-17 starting this year. Its Cub Scouts program, for kids ages 7-10, went co-ed last year.

What happened to the Boy Scout lawsuit?

A bankruptcy judge has approved an $850 million settlement from the Boy Scouts of America as the yearslong lawsuit begins to show some resolution for tens of thousands of victims of sexual abuse.

Whats the latest on the Boy Scout lawsuit?

A bankruptcy judge has approved an $850 million settlement from the Boy Scouts of America as the yearslong lawsuit begins to show some resolution for tens of thousands of victims of sexual abuse.

Who is the first girl Eagle Scout?

Jenna Scalia STEVENSVILLE — Eagle Scout, Jenna Scalia, recently turned 18, graduated from Kent Island High School on June 2, and the next day, the evening of Thursday, June 3, an Eagle Court of Honor, was hosted by her troop, BSA Troop 496, sponsored by the Kent Island Elks, Lodge 2576, in Stevensville, celebrating Jenna making ...

How much money is in the Boy Scout lawsuit?

A bankruptcy judge has approved an $850 million settlement from the Boy Scouts of America as the yearslong lawsuit begins to show some resolution for tens of thousands of victims of sexual abuse.

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