The Court of Appeals for the United States Seventh Circuit issued its ruling on November 23, 2010, in the appeal brought by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of the United States ("Wilmette NSA"). The Wilmette NSA brought the appeal after losing to the Orthodox Bahá'ís in the trial court on the NSA's motion to find the OBF in contempt for allegedly violating the 1966 Judgment entered against the Remey NSA. The trial court found, and the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed, that the OBF was not legally identified with the Remey NSA and therefore the OBF was not bound by the 1966 Judgment. In effect, the OBF may continue to use the sacred symbols and names of their faith, including the word "Bahá'í" unless and until a court decides otherwise.
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