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Burglary larceny theft of trade secrets theft of

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Burglary, larceny, theft of trade secrets, theft of services, arson, receipt of stolen goods,  forgery White Collar Crime Occurs in a business context using non-violent means to obtain personal or business  advantage Mail&Wire Fraud (federal) Bribery Bankruptcy Fraud (federal) Theft of Trade Secrets Insider Trading (federal) Organized Crime Operates illegitimately by providing illegal goods & services: money laundering Classification of Crimes Felony
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Serious crimes punished by death or imprisonment for at least 1 year Misdemeanor Punished by fine or confinement for less than 1 year Criminal Procedures Designed to protect against the arbitrary use of power by the gov. Protection from unreasonable searches & seizures Requirement that no warrant for a search or arrest be issued w/o probable cause Requires that no on be deprived of “life, liberty, or property w/o due process of law” Prohibits double jeopardy (trying someone twice for the same criminal offense) Self-Incrimination Guarantees of a speedy trial, public trial by jury, right to confront witnesses, the right to  a lawyer, excessive bail, cruel & unusual punishment Miranda Rights “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you  in a court of law. You have a right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one  will be appointed for you. Intellectual Property Trademarks Distinctive mark, motto, or device or emblem that a manufacturer stamps, prints or  otherwise affixes to the good it produces Distinguish product/ service from goods of other manufacturers and merchants  Protection: Lanham (Trademark) Act: prohibits trademark infringement, trademark dilation, false  advertising Similar mark may constitute trademark infringement Trademark Registration Register at  www.uspto.gov  if: mark is currently in commerce or applicant intends to put it into commerce within 6  monts Registration allows use of the symbol Trademark Infringement Registration w/ USPTO gives national notice Whenever mark is copied (intentional or unintentional) owner has action for infringement
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Remedies: owner can seek injuction against further infringement Owner can recover damages, plus profits wrongfully received from unauthorized use of  trademark under Lanham act Court can also order destruction of goods Patents Exclusive federal grant from USPTO to make, use and sell an invention for 14 years (20  years for design) Must be “novel, useful, and not obvious” in light of current technology First person to invent, not file, gets protection Patent Infringement may occur even though product is not identical
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