Protection for intellectual property in the United States dates back to what article/section of the constitution?
The "Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval" on a product is an example of a ____ mark
Ordinarily, you may not reproduce a copyrighted object without the owner's permission. The exception to this general rule is contained in the ________ doctrine
Amy Mendoza is a local radio personality who goes by the name "Amy in the A.M." on the air. She also uses that label in print ads to help radio listeners distinguish her show from the other morning radio shows in her town. Amy would be most likely to register her name as a _______ mark
Blake invents a new camp grill that he names Blake's Burger Blaster. He writes specific instructions about how to use it in a manual that comes with every grill. Blake can obtain a trademark for the grill, the manual, the name, or all of the above?
Without permission, Sally copies photographs from Isaiah's book Mount Everest: Top of the World and uses them in a new book. Sally's book is about photography, not mountains. is Sally's use infringement on isaiah?
Colin thinks of a new concept for a palm-sized computer notebook. He also thinks of a new, faster process for producing the notebooks. Federal copyright law protects his concept, process, both or neither?
A&O is the software designer of the most popular video game in the country. A&O decides to develop the game into a series and have its best designer, Laz, head the team of programmers working on the next game. Laz quits and goes to work for GameWare, taking some files for the new game with him. Under trade secret laws, A&O has protection for the files, laz's ideas, both or neither?
Which tort provides a basis for a criminal prosecution as well as for a tort action? slander, battery, libel, invasion of privacy
Under the "responsible corporate officer" doctrine, corporate officers are responsible for:
Perhaps the most significant federal statute specifically addressing cyber crime is the ______ act
Joaquin owns a bicycle store. He often leaves Forrest in charge of the store. One Saturday evening, after Forrest leaves the store, Joaquin discovers that he is missing $900 from the register. If Forrest took the cash, he could be found guilty of the crime of _______
Kayla advertises on the radio that she is selling a cream guaranteed to grow hair. Kayla knows that the cream will not do what she claims it will. Kayla may be tried for the federal crime of _______ _______
Larry gives Senator Beales $100,000 so that Senator Beales will make sure the federal government buys all its paper clips from Larry's company. Larry has committed the crime of ______
Martin runs an illegal gambling operation out of the back of a store that he owns. The store shows increasing profits because Martin reports the profits of his gambling operation as legitimate store income on his tax returns. Martin is engaged in what crime