1. Copyright law protects
A. Tangible property.
B. Intangible property.
C. The name of a particular good or service.
D. Ideas contained in varied forms of expression.
2. Patent law protects
A. Inventions that feature some sort of utility function.
B. Designs of a manufactured good.
C. Plants that may be reproduced through seeds.
D. Both A and B are correct.
3. Trademark law protects
A. Words, symbols or devices that differentiate goods or services from one another.
B. Only brand names.
C. Only brand names.
D. Inventions that feature some sort of utility function.
4. Within the U.S., a trademark may be claimed by
A. The person who first registers a trademark with the Patent and Trademark Office.
B. The person who first registers and designates a trademark through the â„¢ symbol.
C. The person who first uses a trademark.
D. None of the above.
5. As a result of the Federal Dilution Trademark Act, trademarks
A. Last for the duration of only two years, but are renewable upon expiration.
B. May not be used without consent in news commentary or reports
C. May not be bought or sold between different firms.
D. May not be used without consent on dissimilar products.
Answers: 1 (B), 2 (D), 3 (A), 4 (C), 5 (D)
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