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What do trademarks protect?
a) brands b) inventions c) auhtorship d) confidential Information
What do Patents protect?
a) Confidential Information b) brands c) authorship d) inventions
_________________, an international agreement, precludes registration of marks for wines and spirits that contain misleading geographical indicators.
a) TROPS b) TEALS c) TEAP d) TRIPS
The _________________is an international agreement that allows protection in more than 80 countries by the filing of a single trademark application.
a) Madrid agreement b) Joint Agreement c) Madrid Protocol d) Paris Convention
The Madrid Protocol and the Paris Convention are administered by _________________, an international organization.
a) WIPO b) MPA c) WISO d) DHA
A trademark registration issued under the Madrid Protocol lasts for _________________ years.
a) 8 b) 10 c) 7 d) 5
Although a foreign applicant may file an application for registration with the USPTO based on an application in his or home country, the application must mature into a registration in the home country before the USPTO will issue a U.S. trademark reg.
a) T b) F c) d)
Although a foreign applicant may file an application for registration with the USPTO based on an application in his or home country, the application must mature into a registration in the home country before the USPTO will issue a U.S. trademark reg.
a) T b) F c) d)
Because an application based on a foreign registration has already been examined by a foreign trademark office, the USPTO does not subject the application to a thorough examination.
a) T b) F c) d)
A foreign national who wishes to secure a U.S. trademark registration may rely on either a foreign application or a foreign registration as a basis for filing.
a) T b) F c) d)
Under the Community trademark system, use of a mark in any country is considered to be use in all member countries.
a) T b) F c) d)
Once a trademark registration is granted by a foreign country, the United States must also grant registration to the mark
a) T b) F c) d)
Registrations may be granted by the USPTO to foreign applicants even if those applicants have not used their marks in the United States.
a) T b) F c) d)
ABC Inc. is sending official looking e-mail notices to customers of Bank of America, using the bank's trademarked logo and asking customers to verify their account information. This practice is called _________________.
a) cybersquating b) verification c) hyjacking d) phishing
The practice of registering another's trademark as a domain name with the intent to make a profit on it (perhaps by selling the domain name back to the true owner) is called what?
a) hyjacking b) Cybersquating c) Diluting d) Parasailing
Trademark owners are required by law to scour the Internet in an effort to find every improper use of their trademarks
a) T b) F c) d)
What do copyrights protect?
a) brands b) authorship c) confidential information d) inventions
What do trade secrets protect?
a) inventions b) confidential information c) brands d) authorship
What is the term of copyrights?
a) Life + 40 yrs. b) Life + 80 yrs. c) Life + 70yrs. d) Life + 65yrs.
Suggestive terms are immediately protectable.
a) T b) F c) d)
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