church.jpgIPNews® – After Walter McGill named a small congregation in Tennessee “Creation Seventh Day Adventist Church”, the Seventh-day Adventist church requested that he cease use but McGill refused. 

Thereafter, McGill lost a District Court lawsuit and appeals to both the Sixth Circuit and the Supreme Court.  McGill was finally arrested after refusing a court order to remove signs on his property that used the Seventh-day Adventist trademark.  To continue reading, click: Tennessee Pastor arrested in Trademark Infringement Case