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infringing use, of the TV series. (a)True(b) False 4. Since 1997, MasterCard has run a series of ads that are well known and commonlyreferred to as the “Priceless” ads. They include pictures of goods and services and theprices of these items, along with a priceless intangible that cannot be purchased (e.g., “aday where all you have to do is breathe”). The reference to the intangible is followed withthis statement: “Priceless. There are some things money can’t buy. For everything elsethere’s MasterCard.” Assume that a candidate in the 2016 presidential campaign ran an adabout campaign finance reform that stated: “Grilled tenderloin for fundraiser: $1,000 a
5. The U.S. Navy awarded a contract to a small business, CMD, to supply the Navy with1,400 calculators at a price of $75/calculator. CMD contacted Audio Visual, Inc. (P), acompany that agreed to buy the calculators cheaply and sell them to CMD at a price of$65/calculator. P contacted a manufacturer of calculators, Sharp Products (D), and askedfor a price quote. D mailed to P a sheet of price quotations for its various calculators. TheModel E-9C, which met Navy specifications, was listed at $50. P then mailed a letter toD, stating: “We hereby order 1,400 Model E-9C calculators at a price of $50 percalculator to be delivered to us at your earliest convenience.” Soon thereafter, D mailedback a letter, stating: “We are all out of this model and, therefore, cannot fill your order.”P has sued, claiming that there is an agreement to buy from D at a price of $50/calculator.P will probably lose its lawsuit.