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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
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1/3/15 1:45 AM Set #2 Law Flashcards Page 2 of 17 152. 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. T Term 153. A patent may be renewed. Definition F Term 154. Knowing and intentional infringement of a mark can be a criminal offense. Definition T 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 its competitors. Komco may copyright its magazine and television ads. Definition T Term 156. The word "truck" cannot be a trademark for trucks, although it could be a trademark for a new brand of designer jeans. Definition T Term Definition
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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
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1/3/15 1:45 AM Set #2 Law Flashcards Page 4 of 17 162. "Res ipsa loquitur" means "the thing speaks for itself" and raises a presumption of breach of duty and causation in negligence cases. T Term 163. The plaintiff's burden of proof in a tort action is beyond a reasonable doubt. Definition F Term 164. Bob writes an all-new, original, marching song. Bob's song is copyrightable. Definition T 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
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1/3/15 1:45 AM Set #2 Law Flashcards Page 5 of 17 Term 167. Bob throws a ball across his neighbor's property, and the ball then lands in the street; this could constitute "trespass to land." Definition T Term 168. Bob sends Larry Lawyer, his attorney, a letter
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