Chapter 10-Flow Chart - 3) Infringement 4) Generic 5)...

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Legal Studies Chapter 10-Flow Chart 02/22/09 Intellectual Property Trade Secret 1) Can only claim a trade secret… a) Knowledge protected has economic value 2) Injunction Patent 1) Only for a limited period of time 2) Inventions that apply new ideas are patentable 3) Patentable “subject matter” 4) Categories of subject matter that is unpatentable… a) Laws of nature b) Natural phenomena c) Abstract Ideas 5) Characteristics to be patentable… a) Nonobvious b) Novelty c) Usefulness (utility) Trademark 1) Lanham Act of 1946 2) Trade Dress
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Unformatted text preview: 3) Infringement 4) Generic 5) Trademark Dilution a) Federal Trademark Dilution Act (1995) Copyright 1) Expression rather than invention 2) Criteria necessary for copyright protection: 1 Legal Studies Chapter 10-Flow Chart 02/22/09 Intellectual Property a) Original b) Tangible medium of expression c) Show some creativity d) Digital Millennium Copyright Act (1998) Philosophers of law divide law into 1) The law of people and government 2) NaturAal Law 2...
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2011 for the course LEGL 2700 taught by Professor Reed during the Fall '07 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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