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If Francesca invents a new process for recording music, she will likely apply for a:

If Francesca invents a new process for recording music, she will likely apply for a: Patent
 

Patent

A)

A)

Trademark

B)

B)

Copyright

C)

C)

Industrial design

D)

D)

 

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The rights of an author or artist with respect to his or her creation are governed by the law of:

 
Patent A) Trademark B) Copyright C) Industrial design D) 2 The rights of an author or

Patents

A)

A)

Copyrights

B)

B)

Trademarks

C)

C)

Industrial designs

D)

D)

 

3

A street vendor on Bloor Street is selling fake "TAGG" watches. Under which area of intellectual property would the TAG Company likely seek a remedy?

 
Patent A) Trademark B) Copyright C) Industrial design D) 2 The rights of an author or

Copyright

A)

A)

Trademarks

B)

B)

Patent

C)

C)

Industrial design

D)

4 Which is false? Intellectual property rights may be protected by: Maintaining secrecy A) Registration B)

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Which is false? Intellectual property rights may be protected by:

 
4 Which is false? Intellectual property rights may be protected by: Maintaining secrecy A) Registration B)

Maintaining secrecy

A)

A)

Registration

B)

B)

Use of a confidentiality clause

C)

C)

Assignment

D)

D)

 

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Reeti has designed a uniquely shaped walker for senior citizens, which can be collapsed and, with the aid of two levers, used as a chair. Reeti's design is in commercial production under the name of Supportive Stroller. Which types of intellectual property would most likely apply to Reeti's creation?

 
4 Which is false? Intellectual property rights may be protected by: Maintaining secrecy A) Registration B)

Patent; copyright; trademark

A)

A)

Copyright; trademark; industrial design

B)

B)

Trademark; industrial design; trade secret

C)

C)

Patent; trademark; industrial design

D)

D)

 

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Which is not a remedy for infringement of intellectual property rights?

 
4 Which is false? Intellectual property rights may be protected by: Maintaining secrecy A) Registration B)

An accounting for profits

A)

A)

An injunction

B)

B)

Specific performance

C)

C)

Damages

D)

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Passing off is

7 Passing off is Incitement to break the contractual obligations of another A) Presenting another's goods

Incitement to break the contractual obligations of another

 

A)

A)

Presenting another's goods and services as one's own

B)

B) The public utterance of a false statement of fact or opinion that harms another's reputation

The public utterance of a false statement of fact or opinion that harms another's reputation

C)

C)
D) The utterance of a false statement about another's goods or services that is harmful to

D)

The utterance of a false statement about another's goods or services that is harmful to the reputation of those goods or services

 

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A trademark is

 
A) Presenting another's goods and services as one's own B) The public utterance of a false

The ornamentation or shape of a functional object, such as a chair

A)

A)

The right to prevent others from copying or modifying certain works

B)

B)

A monopoly to make, use, or sell an invention

C)

C)

A mark used to distinguish the source of goods or services

D)

D)

 

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Under the Patent Act, the person entitled to receive a patent on a new invention is

 
A) Presenting another's goods and services as one's own B) The public utterance of a false

The one who invented it first

A)

A)

The who applied for a patent first

B)

B)

The one who commercialized it first

C)

C)

The one who first thought of it

D)

10 The protection afforded by a Canadian patent lasts for a maximum of 10 years A)

10

The protection afforded by a Canadian patent lasts for a maximum of

 
10 The protection afforded by a Canadian patent lasts for a maximum of 10 years A)
  • 10 years

A)

A)
  • 20 years

B)

B)

The life of the patent holder

C)

C)

The life of the inventor plus 50 years

D)

D)

 

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Use of a trademark that is the property of a competitor is

 
10 The protection afforded by a Canadian patent lasts for a maximum of 10 years A)

The tort of passing off

A)

A)

The tort of deceit

B)

B)

The tort of fraud

C)

C)

The tort of negligence

D)

D)

 

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As a general rule

 
10 The protection afforded by a Canadian patent lasts for a maximum of 10 years A)

Intellectual property rights are assignable

A)

A)

Moral rights can be assigned but not waived

B)

B)

Intellectual property rights are not assignable

C)

C)

Moral rights can be both assigned and waived

D)

D)

A & B

E)

he correct answer for each question is indicated by a

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CORRECT

If Francesca invents a new process for recording music, she will likely apply for a:

 
Patent
Patent

Patent

A)

A)
 

Trademark

 

B)

B)
 

Copyright

 

C)

C)
 

Industrial design

 

D)

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Feedback: Pp. 394-395

 

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CORRECT

The rights of an author or artist with respect to his or her creation are governed by the law of:

 
1 CORRECT If Francesca invents a new process for recording music, she will likely apply for
 

Patents

 
A)

A)

A)

Copyrights

B)

B)
 

Trademarks

 

C)

C)
 

Industrial designs

 

D)

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Feedback: Pp. 402-403

 

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INCORRECT

A street vendor on Bloor Street is selling fake "TAGG" watches. Under which area of intellectual property would the TAG Company likely seek a remedy?

 
1 CORRECT If Francesca invents a new process for recording music, she will likely apply for
 

Copyright

 
A)

A)

A)

Trademarks

B)

B)
 

Patent

 

C)

Industrial design D) Feedback: Pp. 399-400 4 INCORRECT Which is false? Intellectual property rights may be

Industrial design

 

D)

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Feedback: Pp. 399-400

 

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INCORRECT

Which is false? Intellectual property rights may be protected by:

 
D) Feedback: Pp. 399-400 4 INCORRECT Which is false? Intellectual property rights may be protected by:
 

Maintaining secrecy

 

A)

A)
 

Registration

 

B)

B)
 

Use of a confidentiality clause

 
C)

C)

C)

Assignment

D)

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Feedback: P. 393

 

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Reeti has designed a uniquely shaped walker for senior citizens, which can be collapsed and, with the aid of two levers, used as a chair. Reeti's design is in commercial production under the name of Supportive Stroller. Which types of intellectual property would most likely apply to Reeti's creation?

 
D) Feedback: Pp. 399-400 4 INCORRECT Which is false? Intellectual property rights may be protected by:
 

Patent; copyright; trademark

 

A)

A)
 

Copyright; trademark; industrial design

 

B)

B)
 

Trademark; industrial design; trade secret

 
C)

C)

C)

Patent; trademark; industrial design

D)

Feedback: P. 393

Feedback: P. 393

 

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INCORRECT

Which is not a remedy for infringement of intellectual property rights?

 
D) Feedback: Pp. 399-400 4 INCORRECT Which is false? Intellectual property rights may be protected by:
 

An accounting for profits

 

A)

A)
 

An injunction

 

B)

Specific performance C) Damages D) Feedback: Pp. 398-399, 401 7 CORRECT Passing off is Incitement
  • Specific performance

 

C)

C)
 

Damages

 

D)

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Feedback: Pp. 398-399, 401

 

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Passing off is

 
C) Damages D) Feedback: Pp. 398-399, 401 7 CORRECT Passing off is Incitement to break the
 

Incitement to break the contractual obligations of another

 
A)

A)

A)

Presenting another's goods and services as one's own

B)

B)

The public utterance of a false statement of fact or opinion that harms another's reputation

C)

C)

D)

The utterance of a false statement about another's goods or services that is harmful to the reputation of those goods or services

Feedback: P. 401

Feedback: P. 401

 

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INCORRECT

 

A trademark is

 
C) Damages D) Feedback: Pp. 398-399, 401 7 CORRECT Passing off is Incitement to break the
 

The ornamentation or shape of a functional object, such as a chair

 

A)

A)
 

The right to prevent others from copying or modifying certain works

 

B)

B)
 

A monopoly to make, use, or sell an invention

 
C)

C)

C)

A mark used to distinguish the source of goods or services

D)

Feedback: Pp. 399-400

Feedback: Pp. 399-400

 

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INCORRECT

Under the Patent Act, the person entitled to receive a patent on a new invention is

 
C) Damages D) Feedback: Pp. 398-399, 401 7 CORRECT Passing off is Incitement to break the
 

The one who invented it first

 
A)

A)

A)

The who applied for a patent first

B)

The one who commercialized it first C) The one who first thought of it D) Feedback:

The one who commercialized it first

 

C)

C)
 

The one who first thought of it

 

D)

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Feedback: Pp. 394-395

 

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INCORRECT

The protection afforded by a Canadian patent lasts for a maximum of

 
C) The one who first thought of it D) Feedback: Pp. 394-395 10 INCORRECT The protection
 
  • 10 years

 
A)

A)

A)
  • 20 years

B)

B)
 

The life of the patent holder

 

C)

C)
 

The life of the inventor plus 50 years

 

D)

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Feedback: P. 397

 

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INCORRECT

Use of a trademark that is the property of a competitor is

 
The tort of passing off
The tort of passing off

The tort of passing off

A)

A)
 

The tort of deceit

 

B)

B)
 

The tort of fraud

 

C)

C)
 

The tort of negligence

 

D)

Feedback: P. 401

Feedback: P. 401

 

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INCORRECT

 

As a general rule

 
C) The one who first thought of it D) Feedback: Pp. 394-395 10 INCORRECT The protection
 

Intellectual property rights are assignable

 

A)

A)
 

Moral rights can be assigned but not waived

 

B)

Intellectual property rights are not assignable Moral rights can be both assigned and waived A &

Intellectual property rights are not assignable

  • Moral rights can be both assigned and waived
    A & B

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