ARRT awarded over $50K in Tennessee RT case

The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) was awarded nearly $55,000 and a permanent injunction against a radiologic technologist in Tennessee for trademark infringement.

Demonstrating ARRT's ongoing efforts to maintain the integrity of its certification and registration programs, the permanent injunction and monetary award affects Lemesha Cannon (also known as Lemesha “Lori Ann” Cannon and Lemesha “Lori” Cannon), according to a statement from ARRT.

Court documents show ARRT clearly demonstrated that Cannon knowingly and intentionally misused ARRT trademarks for medical jobs that had the potential to affect patient health and put people at risk. On April 18, a U.S. District Court judge in the Western District of Tennessee ordered Cannon to pay $1,132, plus attorney fees of $53,396.

See other ARRT sanctions here.

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