CHAPTER 7 - CHAPTER 7 1 Intellectual property is defined as*Property that results from intellectual creative process and so is the product of ones

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CHAPTER 7 1. Intellectual property is defined as **Property that results from intellectual, creative process and so is the product of one’s mind 2. Which section of the US Constitution deals with the need to protect intellectual property rights? **Article I, Section 8 3. The famous “Swoosh” design on the side of Nike sneakers is an example of: **Trademark 4. A central objective of the lanham trade mark act of 1946 was to **Reduce likelihood that consumers will be confused by similar trademarks 5. The Case of Coca Cola co. V. The Koke Co. of America involved a claim of **Trademark infringement 6. Federal law that protects trademarks and related property is known as: **The Lanham Trade-mark act 7. Trademark dilution laws protect against **The unauthorized use of mark regardless of whether the user is a competitor 8. If you create a trademark and want to register this great new mark with the federal government you should:
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2010 for the course BUS bus 340 taught by Professor R during the Spring '10 term at American River.

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CHAPTER 7 - CHAPTER 7 1 Intellectual property is defined as*Property that results from intellectual creative process and so is the product of ones

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