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1/3/15 1:45 AM Set #2 Law Flashcards Page 1 of 17 MyFlashcards FlashcardDB About Help Donate TellFriends! create, study and share online flash cards Title Description Total Cards Subject Created Home >> Flashcards >> Business >> Set #2 Law Shared Flashcard Set Details Set #2 Law Day 2 74 Business 04/23/2012 Click here to study/print these flashcards . Create your own flash cards! Sign up here . Additional Business Flashcards Cards Term 151. A copyright would protect a photograph. Definition T Term 152. Georgia's company may lawfully discover Definition
1/3/15 1:45 AM Set #2 Law Flashcards 152. Georgia's company may lawfully discover Samantha's company's trade secrets if Samantha's company fails to take reasonable precautions to protect their trade secrets.
Page 2 of 17 brand of designer jeans. Term Definition
Term 154. Knowing and intentional infringement of a mark can be a criminal offense. Definition
Term 155. Komco Computer Company has developed a new and innovative magazine and television ad campaign that it would like to protect from use by Definition
its competitors. Komco may copyright its magazine and television ads. Term 156. The word "truck" cannot be a trademark for trucks, although it could be a trademark for a new Definition T
1/3/15 1:45 AM Set #2 Law Flashcards Page 3 of 17 157. A patent is available for an idea as well as a tangible application. F Term 158. Computer software may be patentable. Definition T Term 159. If a trademarked name acquires a generic meaning the owner of the trademark loses protection. Definition T Term 160. Persons found liable for a tort usually must either pay a fine or serve time in prison. Definition F Term 161. Some torts are crimes. Definition T Term Definition
1/3/15 1:45 AM Set #2 Law Flashcards 162. "Res ipsa loquitur" means "the thing speaks for itself" and raises a presumption of breach of
Page 4 of 17 Term 165. Dan lends Susan $500. She agrees to pay Dan $100 a month until the $500 is paid. She gives Dan her diamond ring to hold until she fully satisfies the debt. The ringis "collateral." Definition T Term 166. Filing a petition for bankruptcy automatically stays most legal actions filed against the debtor. Definition T
duty and causation in negligence cases. Term 163. The plaintiff's burden of proof in a tort action is beyond a reasonable doubt. Definition
Term 164. Bob writes an all-new, original, marching song. Bob's song is copyrightable. Definition
1/3/15 1:45 AM Set #2 Law Flashcards Term 167. Bob throws a ball across his neighbor's property, and the ball then lands in the street; this Definition
Page 5 of 17 could constitute "trespass to land." Term

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