AUSTIN, Texas -- The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity is suing its suspended University of Texas chapter for continuing to use its name.
• UT Chapter was told to cease operations after several health and safety violations
• National chapter seeking more than $200,000 in damages
The chapter was told to stop all operations by the national organization after several health and safety violations. The lawsuit says the chapter continued to use Sigma Alpha Epsilon branding at a parents' weekend tailgate and on the outside of its house.
The national chapter is suing for trademark infringement and is seeking more than $200,000 in damages.