Essay on Cross 9e TBB Ch14

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Chapter 14

Intellectual Property Rights

N.B.: TYPE indicates that a question is new, modified, or unchanged, as follows.

N A question new to this edition of the Test Bank.
+ A question modified from the previous edition of the Test Bank.
= A question included in the previous edition of the Test Bank.

TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS

1. More than two hundred years ago, the Declaration of Independence recognized the importance of protecting creative works.

ANSWER: F PAGES: Section 1 TYPE: N BUSPROG: Reflective AICPA: BB-Legal

2. States do not have trademark statutes.

ANSWER: F PAGES: Section 1 TYPE: N BUSPROG: Analytic AICPA: BB-Legal

3. Trademarks may be registered only with the federal government.

answer: F PAGES: Section 1
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a certification mark. b. none of the choices. c. a service mark. d. a trade name.

answer: D PAGES: Section 1 TYPE: N BUSPROG: Reflective AICPA: BB-Legal

7. Metro Movers Miami Corporation allows Metro Movers Milwaukee Company to use Metro Movers’ trademark as part of its company advertising. This is

a. a license.
b. a likelihood of consumer confusion.
c. a generic use.
d. trademark dilution.

ANSWER: A PAGES: Section 1 TYPE: + BUSPROG: Reflective AICPA: BB-Legal

8. GreatGro, Inc., makes genetically modified seeds with properties that are iden­tical to Hearty Harvest Corporation’s patented seeds, without Hearty Harvest’s permission. This is most likely

a. copyright infringement. b. patent infringement. c. trademark infringement.
d. not infringement.

ANSWER: B PAGES: Section 2 TYPE: + BUSPROG: Reflective AICPA: BB-Legal

9. Odell invents “Profits Unbound,” new stock-trading algorithm software, and applies for a patent. If Odell is granted a patent, his invention will be protected

a. for ten years. b. for twenty years. c. for the life of the inventor plus seventy years. d. forever.

answer: B PAGES: Section 2 TYPE: = BUSPROG: Reflective AICPA: BB-Legal

10. NoGas, Inc., designs and makes a non-fuel propulsion system that copies parts of Omni Momentum Corporation’s designs without Omni’s permis­sion. This is most likely

a. copyright infringement. b. patent infringement. c. trademark infringement.
d. not infringement.

answer: B

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