1. Kate is designing and manufacturing t-shirts in the state of Oregon. Every Saturday she sells her shirts at the local Farmer's Market. She has never sold her shirts anywhere else. She has designed a logo that she places on the sleeve of each shirt. Under these facts, what protection could Kate receive for her logo from the U.S. Patent
and Trademark Office?
a. A Trademark
b. A servicemark
c. Non of the above
2. Pritchett's Closets is a large corporation that manufacturers closets. They have 500 employees, and the employees are unionized. The company and the union have engaged in negotiations over the past 6 months. A minority of the union members decide to go on strike, but the strike is not approved by the majority of the union members. This is a
a. Wildcat strike, and it is protected activity
b. Wildcat strike, and it is not protected activity.
c. An impermissible secondary boycott
d. None of the above
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- Shouldn't the answer for the second question be "Wildcat strike, and it is not protected activity"
- May 03, 2018 at 11:23pm