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73.True or False: Roman, a famous artist, just created a painting known as “The Kernal” and he wants to protect that work. Roman should take that painting to the local patent office to protect copying of the painting. 74.True or False: Regular copyrights last the life of the creator, plus 95 years. However, corporate copyrights last for only 70 years after the life of the creator. 75.True or False: A ten-year-old child’s original yet unintelligible and essentially unmarketable drawing on a paper plate cannot be copyrighted. 76.True or False: The day before her class is to discuss a particular poet, Ms. Cohen, a tenth grade English teacher, runs across a scholarly, 300-page copyrighted book from 1995 that deals extensively with that poet and others from his era. She distributes to each student in her class (120 students in five different class periods) three pages copied from that book. Ms. Cohen is not violating intellectual property law. 77.True or False: Important intellectual property cases involving cellophane and aspirin are best known for looking at alleged copyrights and/or the alleged infringement of copyrights. 78.True or False: Stella Student thinks she has created a new machine that will enable her
to study her BUL4310 class notes in half the time it normally takes her. If the machinery she has created is new, useful, and non-obvious, then Stella may obtain a utility patent. 79.True or False: To make a “Knockoff” and to “Palm Off” are synonymous terms. 80.Which of the following is an example of a trademark?
81.Georgia, a UF Student, takes a trip to New York City with friends for spring break. While in the “big city” Georgia wants to get her 6 year old sister the hottest new toy for
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15 her upcoming 7th birthday. Georgia spends a whole day searching for the “Sweet Baby Craig Doll” but finds most stores sold out and the few with the doll in stock charging $500, which is 5 times the retail price. A man approaches Georgia as she leaves a store and offers to sell her a “Sweet Baby Craig Doll” for $25 cash. The man tells Georgia the doll is authentic. The man shows Georgia the doll and it looks identical to the dolls she has been shopping for and even comes in packaging that looks identical to the Dolls in the store. Georgia buys the doll and gives it to her sister, not realizing the doll was actually a very poorly made counterfeit product. Which of the following is least likely to be a cause of action flowing from Georgia’s Transaction?

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