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c. d. The merger would be approved because there are so many different beers and the relevant market is defined by individual types of beers. The Sherman Act does not apply to alcohol companies. The merger would raise questions at the Justice Department about market power. Question 25 Answers: The rock group, Led Zeppelin, had its signature hit, “Stairway to Heaven,” in 1971. In 2014, the trust for Randy Wolfe, a songwriter and one of the members of a group known as Spirit, filed suit against Jimmy Page and Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin, alleging that “Stairway to Heaven” copied “Taurus,” one of Spirit’s instrumental tunes, which was released in 1968. Mr. Wolfe, aka Randy California, died in 1997. The case focuses on the acoustic-guitar opening of “Stairway to Heaven.” Under federal copyright laws: the suit was brought within the time limits of the copyright protection for the song. 2 out of 2 points Selected Answer: a. a. b. c. d. the suit was brought within the time limits of the copyright protection for the song. the suit cannot be brought because Mr. Wolfe is no longer alive. the suit had to be brought by 2007. if there were only portions copied, there is no copyright infringement.
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