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Question 1

Which of the following is an example of intangible property?

Question 2

Johnny comes up with a new invention called the "restroom" that he hopes will replace the outhouse in the near future. Which of the following steps, if any, does Johnny have to complete before he can be eligible to protect his idea through a patent?

Question 3

The Wicked Witch sells Jack a book on how to build Gingerbread houses for $15.99. Later, Jack enrolls in an online course on how to build Gingerbread houses and so he does not need the book any more. He turns around and sells the book to Jill for $10.00. The Wicked Witch complains that Jack is underselling her book and thus costing her profits. Does the Wicked Witch have a right to stop the sale?

Question 4

Which of the following is true of public policy concerns regarding intellectual property law?

Question 5

Talbott Einstein works in a laboratory in Canada for twenty years and finally discovers that the addition of old cheese to a hydrogen bomb can quadruple the number of casualties that the bomb can cause. He applies to the U.S. Patent Office for a patent on the new 'cheesy bomb', as Talbott likes to call it. Will Talbott be successful in seeking his patent?