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Chipotle’s First New Menu Item in 20 Years


For the first time in 20 years, Chipotle is adding a new item nationwide. The item was first tested in California, then New York, Pennsylvania, and Washington D.C. Since the new item, Sofritas, was so successful among carnivores and vegans alike, Chipotle recently announced it will soon be offered at every single location. Sofritas is a meat-free tofu based dish meant to resemble chorizo. In fact, Business Insider reviewers said it tasted like spiced ground beef and they loved it.

Sofritas is hand made from shredded non-GMO organic tofu (by Hodo Soy) that is braised with roasted poblanos, chipotle chiles, and a blend of Mexican spices. The majority of the customers who order Sofritas aren’t even vegan. That’s how delicious it is. Because the Sofritas dish is made entirely from plants, it’s cholesterol free, low in saturated fat, free of hormones and antibiotics, and overall better for the environment, and it’s still a complete protein. Sofritas can be ordered in a salad, burrito bowl, tacos, or burrito. Whatever you do with meat, you can do with Sofritas.

Chipotle’s culinary manager, Nate Appleman, said the dish took over a year of experimenting before he stumbled upon the current recipe. As an omnivore, his goal was to find a way to make tofu “as good as, if not better than meat.” “I really thought hard about what’s so appealing about meat, and what’s not so appealing about tofu,” said Appleman. The determining factor was the flavor, he said, “and it all starts with great tofu.” We are excited for this new menu item to come to the Chipotle in Ithaca. Check out Fast Company’s recent article on Sofritas.

You can even watch the entire production process for Sofritas- from the production of the tofu at Hodo Soy to the shredding and braising in the Chipotle kitchen. Let’s just say you might order the Sofritas every time if you had to watch from conception how the Carnitas was made.

Photo by Chipotle Mexican Grill

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Question 1 1. Coca-Cola uses a special recipe to create the bottled product. The recipe is owned by the corporation. KooKoo-Kola finds and uses the recipe without Coca-Cola's permission. This is an example of _____.

violation of a service mark

violation of a trade secret

Question 2 2. Marcus patents a car that runs solely on grass clippings. How long will Marcus own the property rights to this invention?

Question 3 3. Before I build a log cabin on my land, I need to know:

Whether or not I own surface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own subsurface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own air rights where I want to build

Question 4 4. Land ownership is unique, because it usually includes many different types of rights. This is known as:

  • A collection of rights
  • A bushel of rights
  • A cluster of rights
  • A bundle of rights
  • A bunch of rights

Question 5 5. The government's power to legally take a person's property is known as:

  • condemnation.
  • eminent domain.
  • procedural procurement.
  • continuous occupation.

Page 2

Question 6 6. Real property includes all items that would normally remain in place when an owner of real property moves. These items are known as _____.

Question 7 7. Carrie opens a small coffee shop in a small Colorado town and names it 'Grounds'. Charlie owns a large commercial landscaping business in Los Angeles also named 'Grounds'. Charlie's company has been around for six years, while Carrie's business is brand new. Both companies claim a trademark to this name, but neither has registered the name. When Googling his company, Charlie discovers Carrie's small business and sues her for trademark infringement. What is the likely result?

  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because she used his company name without asking him.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie can't prove that he owns a legal and protected mark.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie never registered the name.
  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because his company has been around much longer, and is much bigger.
  • Carrie will win this suit because there is no likelihood of confusion.

Question 8 8. Bill's real estate development group distributed written plans for a new building. The plans were marked 'confidential' and distributed internally to managers. One manager, Brandon, gave the plans to a competing company. This is a cause of action known as:

  • Trade secret infringement
  • Patent tort
  • Unfair business practice
  • Business infringement

Question 9 9. David wills his real property to Darlene but specifies that Douglas can live on and possess the property until Douglas' death. What type of interest does Douglas possess?

Question 10 10. Once granted, how long are most patents valid for?

Until the patent owner dies.

100 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

50 years from the date the patent owner claims to have invented the item.

20 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

Page 3

Question 11 11. Soda-Pop asks Lady GiGi if they can use her song in a television commercial and she agrees. Soda Pop will pay Lady GiGi. This is called:

  • Unregistered copyright
  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 12 12. Billy owns a small bakery. His business logo has a 'TM' designation on it. This means that:

  • Billy's logo is registered with his state trademark office.
  • Billy provides a service and is therefore claiming a service mark for his business.
  • Billy doesn't have to register his trademark since his small business is one-of-a-kind.
  • Billy's logo is an unregistered trademark.
  • Billy's logo is registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Question 13 13. Marco leases the entire 5th floor of a downtown office building for his law firm. He'd like to add some antennas, for better WiFi reception, to the top of the building. Before he does this, he needs to know:

  • Who leases the floors above his floor
  • Who owns the subsurface rights to the building
  • Who owns the air rights to the building
  • Who owns the buildings that are adjacent to his building
  • Who owns the surface rights to the building

Question 14 14. Alex invents a small water faucet that dispenses boiling water. He applies for and obtains a patent. Andrew then uses Alex's design without Alex's permission to manufacture and distribute the faucet. This is an example of _____.

Question 15 15. Kelo fought New London's taking of her property, mostly on this which ground:

  • She didn't feel New London's offer was reasonable.
  • Since New London was developing the property for Pfizer, she felt that the property was not for public use.
  • Her home was in a historic district and therefore was protected.
  • Pfizer's redevelopment was illegal.

Page 4

Question 16 16. Which of the following is NOT required for the legal execution of a deed?

  • The legal description of the property
  • The buyer's signature
  • Identification of the buyer
  • The seller's signature
  • Identification of the seller

Question 17 17. Laura invents a robot lawnmower. This lawnmower will mow lawns with no human involvement. Laura wants to protect her rights to this invention. Laura should file for a:

Question 18 18. Jan is a music teacher at an elementary school. She writes a play for her students to perform. The next year, she learns that another elementary school copied and is performing the same play. Jan never registered or published the play. Which of the following is true?

  • Jan can sue for an injunction to stop the other school from performing her play.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't register her copyright.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't publish the play.
  • Jan can sue for copyright infringement.
  • None of the above.

Question 19 19. Anne's grandfather wrote a very famous novel many years ago and she owned the copyrights. She recently discovered that the copyrights expired and people can use the novel as they wish. This is called:

  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Unregistered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 20 20. Which of the following is NOT an example of intangible property?

Page 5

Question 21 21. Which of the following is NOT an example of personal property?

Question 22 22. Intellectual property is like other forms of property, EXCEPT that _____.

it's original property created in someone's mind

it's created by more than one person

it's property of the federal government

Question 23 23. Which of the following is NOT automatically copyrighted?

  • Susan hums an original song that she hopes to eventually record.
  • Miriam jots a few lines of a poem on a napkin.
  • Kevin draws the plans for a building he hopes will later be built.
  • Barry sculpts a vase out of clay.
  • Jacob types out the first few chapters of his first novel.

Question 24 24. Mary buys a tract of land that happens to include an old gold mine. Mary wants to know if she owns any rights to the mine. When Mary inspects the deed to the land, she'll need to look at:

  • What are the exact dimensions of the mine
  • Whether or not her neighbor knows about the mine
  • Whether or not she has subsurface rights to her land
  • Whether or not her purchase includes air rights
  • Whether or not the mine is still usable

Question 25 25. Some very well-known brands can prove trademark infringement more easily than smaller brands because these well-known brands don't have to prove confusion. They can, instead, show:

  • Trademark control
  • Trademark power
  • Trademark recognition
  • Trademark dilution
  • Trademark monopoly

Page 6

Question 26 26. Which of the following is NOT a voluntary property transfer?

  • Jake's son, Jackson, is graduating from college and Jake is giving him his old car.
  • Wade passed away last year and left all of his belongings to his children and grandchildren.
  • The Smith's put their house on the market and the Johnson family bought it.
  • Barb's condo was foreclosed on and now Barb's bank owns the condo.

Question 27 27. Mary owns her home outright. She can sell it, deed it, or will it to someone else if she wishes. What type of estate is this?

  • Fee simple absolute
  • Fee simple determinable
  • Life estate
  • Future interest

Question 28 28. Craig now owns his grandmother's old home in rural Georgia. It used to be a very quiet neighborhood, but now it's in the flight pattern for the Atlanta airport. Craig would like to prevent airplanes from flying over his property. Which of the following is true?

Craig can restrict access to the air above his property by enforcing his air rights

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because he probably doesn't own any air rights

Craig can only restrict access to the air above his property if all of his neighbors agree with him

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because the flights are probably deemed reasonable and necessary

Question 29 29. Frank owns several acres of rural land. ABC Mining Company is allowed to enter his land and extract copper from several mines. ABC owns the rights to the copper but doesn't possess the land. What type of interest does ABC Mining Company hold?

Question 30 30. Which of the following is NOT protected by intellectual property laws?

  • A patent
  • A trademark
  • A copyright
  • A trade secret
  • A land deed

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Question 1 1. Coca-Cola uses a special recipe to create the bottled product. The recipe is owned by the corporation. KooKoo-Kola finds and uses the recipe without Coca-Cola's permission. This is an example of _____.

violation of a service mark

violation of a trade secret

Question 2 2. Marcus patents a car that runs solely on grass clippings. How long will Marcus own the property rights to this invention?

Question 3 3. Before I build a log cabin on my land, I need to know:

Whether or not I own surface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own subsurface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own air rights where I want to build

Question 4 4. Land ownership is unique, because it usually includes many different types of rights. This is known as:

  • A collection of rights
  • A bushel of rights
  • A cluster of rights
  • A bundle of rights
  • A bunch of rights

Question 5 5. The government's power to legally take a person's property is known as:

  • condemnation.
  • eminent domain.
  • procedural procurement.
  • continuous occupation.

Page 2

Question 6 6. Real property includes all items that would normally remain in place when an owner of real property moves. These items are known as _____.

Question 7 7. Carrie opens a small coffee shop in a small Colorado town and names it 'Grounds'. Charlie owns a large commercial landscaping business in Los Angeles also named 'Grounds'. Charlie's company has been around for six years, while Carrie's business is brand new. Both companies claim a trademark to this name, but neither has registered the name. When Googling his company, Charlie discovers Carrie's small business and sues her for trademark infringement. What is the likely result?

  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because she used his company name without asking him.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie can't prove that he owns a legal and protected mark.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie never registered the name.
  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because his company has been around much longer, and is much bigger.
  • Carrie will win this suit because there is no likelihood of confusion.

Question 8 8. Bill's real estate development group distributed written plans for a new building. The plans were marked 'confidential' and distributed internally to managers. One manager, Brandon, gave the plans to a competing company. This is a cause of action known as:

  • Trade secret infringement
  • Patent tort
  • Unfair business practice
  • Business infringement

Question 9 9. David wills his real property to Darlene but specifies that Douglas can live on and possess the property until Douglas' death. What type of interest does Douglas possess?

Question 10 10. Once granted, how long are most patents valid for?

Until the patent owner dies.

100 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

50 years from the date the patent owner claims to have invented the item.

20 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

Page 3

Question 11 11. Soda-Pop asks Lady GiGi if they can use her song in a television commercial and she agrees. Soda Pop will pay Lady GiGi. This is called:

  • Unregistered copyright
  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 12 12. Billy owns a small bakery. His business logo has a 'TM' designation on it. This means that:

  • Billy's logo is registered with his state trademark office.
  • Billy provides a service and is therefore claiming a service mark for his business.
  • Billy doesn't have to register his trademark since his small business is one-of-a-kind.
  • Billy's logo is an unregistered trademark.
  • Billy's logo is registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Question 13 13. Marco leases the entire 5th floor of a downtown office building for his law firm. He'd like to add some antennas, for better WiFi reception, to the top of the building. Before he does this, he needs to know:

  • Who leases the floors above his floor
  • Who owns the subsurface rights to the building
  • Who owns the air rights to the building
  • Who owns the buildings that are adjacent to his building
  • Who owns the surface rights to the building

Question 14 14. Alex invents a small water faucet that dispenses boiling water. He applies for and obtains a patent. Andrew then uses Alex's design without Alex's permission to manufacture and distribute the faucet. This is an example of _____.

Question 15 15. Kelo fought New London's taking of her property, mostly on this which ground:

  • She didn't feel New London's offer was reasonable.
  • Since New London was developing the property for Pfizer, she felt that the property was not for public use.
  • Her home was in a historic district and therefore was protected.
  • Pfizer's redevelopment was illegal.

Page 4

Question 16 16. Which of the following is NOT required for the legal execution of a deed?

  • The legal description of the property
  • The buyer's signature
  • Identification of the buyer
  • The seller's signature
  • Identification of the seller

Question 17 17. Laura invents a robot lawnmower. This lawnmower will mow lawns with no human involvement. Laura wants to protect her rights to this invention. Laura should file for a:

Question 18 18. Jan is a music teacher at an elementary school. She writes a play for her students to perform. The next year, she learns that another elementary school copied and is performing the same play. Jan never registered or published the play. Which of the following is true?

  • Jan can sue for an injunction to stop the other school from performing her play.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't register her copyright.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't publish the play.
  • Jan can sue for copyright infringement.
  • None of the above.

Question 19 19. Anne's grandfather wrote a very famous novel many years ago and she owned the copyrights. She recently discovered that the copyrights expired and people can use the novel as they wish. This is called:

  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Unregistered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 20 20. Which of the following is NOT an example of intangible property?

Page 5

Question 21 21. Which of the following is NOT an example of personal property?

Question 22 22. Intellectual property is like other forms of property, EXCEPT that _____.

it's original property created in someone's mind

it's created by more than one person

it's property of the federal government

Question 23 23. Which of the following is NOT automatically copyrighted?

  • Susan hums an original song that she hopes to eventually record.
  • Miriam jots a few lines of a poem on a napkin.
  • Kevin draws the plans for a building he hopes will later be built.
  • Barry sculpts a vase out of clay.
  • Jacob types out the first few chapters of his first novel.

Question 24 24. Mary buys a tract of land that happens to include an old gold mine. Mary wants to know if she owns any rights to the mine. When Mary inspects the deed to the land, she'll need to look at:

  • What are the exact dimensions of the mine
  • Whether or not her neighbor knows about the mine
  • Whether or not she has subsurface rights to her land
  • Whether or not her purchase includes air rights
  • Whether or not the mine is still usable

Question 25 25. Some very well-known brands can prove trademark infringement more easily than smaller brands because these well-known brands don't have to prove confusion. They can, instead, show:

  • Trademark control
  • Trademark power
  • Trademark recognition
  • Trademark dilution
  • Trademark monopoly

Page 6

Question 26 26. Which of the following is NOT a voluntary property transfer?

  • Jake's son, Jackson, is graduating from college and Jake is giving him his old car.
  • Wade passed away last year and left all of his belongings to his children and grandchildren.
  • The Smith's put their house on the market and the Johnson family bought it.
  • Barb's condo was foreclosed on and now Barb's bank owns the condo.

Question 27 27. Mary owns her home outright. She can sell it, deed it, or will it to someone else if she wishes. What type of estate is this?

  • Fee simple absolute
  • Fee simple determinable
  • Life estate
  • Future interest

Question 28 28. Craig now owns his grandmother's old home in rural Georgia. It used to be a very quiet neighborhood, but now it's in the flight pattern for the Atlanta airport. Craig would like to prevent airplanes from flying over his property. Which of the following is true?

Craig can restrict access to the air above his property by enforcing his air rights

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because he probably doesn't own any air rights

Craig can only restrict access to the air above his property if all of his neighbors agree with him

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because the flights are probably deemed reasonable and necessary

Question 29 29. Frank owns several acres of rural land. ABC Mining Company is allowed to enter his land and extract copper from several mines. ABC owns the rights to the copper but doesn't possess the land. What type of interest does ABC Mining Company hold?

Question 30 30. Which of the following is NOT protected by intellectual property laws?

  • A patent
  • A trademark
  • A copyright
  • A trade secret
  • A land deed

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Page 1

Question 1 1. Coca-Cola uses a special recipe to create the bottled product. The recipe is owned by the corporation. KooKoo-Kola finds and uses the recipe without Coca-Cola's permission. This is an example of _____.

violation of a service mark

violation of a trade secret

Question 2 2. Marcus patents a car that runs solely on grass clippings. How long will Marcus own the property rights to this invention?

Question 3 3. Before I build a log cabin on my land, I need to know:

Whether or not I own surface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own subsurface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own air rights where I want to build

Question 4 4. Land ownership is unique, because it usually includes many different types of rights. This is known as:

  • A collection of rights
  • A bushel of rights
  • A cluster of rights
  • A bundle of rights
  • A bunch of rights

Question 5 5. The government's power to legally take a person's property is known as:

  • condemnation.
  • eminent domain.
  • procedural procurement.
  • continuous occupation.

Page 2

Question 6 6. Real property includes all items that would normally remain in place when an owner of real property moves. These items are known as _____.

Question 7 7. Carrie opens a small coffee shop in a small Colorado town and names it 'Grounds'. Charlie owns a large commercial landscaping business in Los Angeles also named 'Grounds'. Charlie's company has been around for six years, while Carrie's business is brand new. Both companies claim a trademark to this name, but neither has registered the name. When Googling his company, Charlie discovers Carrie's small business and sues her for trademark infringement. What is the likely result?

  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because she used his company name without asking him.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie can't prove that he owns a legal and protected mark.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie never registered the name.
  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because his company has been around much longer, and is much bigger.
  • Carrie will win this suit because there is no likelihood of confusion.

Question 8 8. Bill's real estate development group distributed written plans for a new building. The plans were marked 'confidential' and distributed internally to managers. One manager, Brandon, gave the plans to a competing company. This is a cause of action known as:

  • Trade secret infringement
  • Patent tort
  • Unfair business practice
  • Business infringement

Question 9 9. David wills his real property to Darlene but specifies that Douglas can live on and possess the property until Douglas' death. What type of interest does Douglas possess?

Question 10 10. Once granted, how long are most patents valid for?

Until the patent owner dies.

100 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

50 years from the date the patent owner claims to have invented the item.

20 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

Page 3

Question 11 11. Soda-Pop asks Lady GiGi if they can use her song in a television commercial and she agrees. Soda Pop will pay Lady GiGi. This is called:

  • Unregistered copyright
  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 12 12. Billy owns a small bakery. His business logo has a 'TM' designation on it. This means that:

  • Billy's logo is registered with his state trademark office.
  • Billy provides a service and is therefore claiming a service mark for his business.
  • Billy doesn't have to register his trademark since his small business is one-of-a-kind.
  • Billy's logo is an unregistered trademark.
  • Billy's logo is registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Question 13 13. Marco leases the entire 5th floor of a downtown office building for his law firm. He'd like to add some antennas, for better WiFi reception, to the top of the building. Before he does this, he needs to know:

  • Who leases the floors above his floor
  • Who owns the subsurface rights to the building
  • Who owns the air rights to the building
  • Who owns the buildings that are adjacent to his building
  • Who owns the surface rights to the building

Question 14 14. Alex invents a small water faucet that dispenses boiling water. He applies for and obtains a patent. Andrew then uses Alex's design without Alex's permission to manufacture and distribute the faucet. This is an example of _____.

Question 15 15. Kelo fought New London's taking of her property, mostly on this which ground:

  • She didn't feel New London's offer was reasonable.
  • Since New London was developing the property for Pfizer, she felt that the property was not for public use.
  • Her home was in a historic district and therefore was protected.
  • Pfizer's redevelopment was illegal.

Page 4

Question 16 16. Which of the following is NOT required for the legal execution of a deed?

  • The legal description of the property
  • The buyer's signature
  • Identification of the buyer
  • The seller's signature
  • Identification of the seller

Question 17 17. Laura invents a robot lawnmower. This lawnmower will mow lawns with no human involvement. Laura wants to protect her rights to this invention. Laura should file for a:

Question 18 18. Jan is a music teacher at an elementary school. She writes a play for her students to perform. The next year, she learns that another elementary school copied and is performing the same play. Jan never registered or published the play. Which of the following is true?

  • Jan can sue for an injunction to stop the other school from performing her play.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't register her copyright.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't publish the play.
  • Jan can sue for copyright infringement.
  • None of the above.

Question 19 19. Anne's grandfather wrote a very famous novel many years ago and she owned the copyrights. She recently discovered that the copyrights expired and people can use the novel as they wish. This is called:

  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Unregistered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 20 20. Which of the following is NOT an example of intangible property?

Page 5

Question 21 21. Which of the following is NOT an example of personal property?

Question 22 22. Intellectual property is like other forms of property, EXCEPT that _____.

it's original property created in someone's mind

it's created by more than one person

it's property of the federal government

Question 23 23. Which of the following is NOT automatically copyrighted?

  • Susan hums an original song that she hopes to eventually record.
  • Miriam jots a few lines of a poem on a napkin.
  • Kevin draws the plans for a building he hopes will later be built.
  • Barry sculpts a vase out of clay.
  • Jacob types out the first few chapters of his first novel.

Question 24 24. Mary buys a tract of land that happens to include an old gold mine. Mary wants to know if she owns any rights to the mine. When Mary inspects the deed to the land, she'll need to look at:

  • What are the exact dimensions of the mine
  • Whether or not her neighbor knows about the mine
  • Whether or not she has subsurface rights to her land
  • Whether or not her purchase includes air rights
  • Whether or not the mine is still usable

Question 25 25. Some very well-known brands can prove trademark infringement more easily than smaller brands because these well-known brands don't have to prove confusion. They can, instead, show:

  • Trademark control
  • Trademark power
  • Trademark recognition
  • Trademark dilution
  • Trademark monopoly

Page 6

Question 26 26. Which of the following is NOT a voluntary property transfer?

  • Jake's son, Jackson, is graduating from college and Jake is giving him his old car.
  • Wade passed away last year and left all of his belongings to his children and grandchildren.
  • The Smith's put their house on the market and the Johnson family bought it.
  • Barb's condo was foreclosed on and now Barb's bank owns the condo.

Question 27 27. Mary owns her home outright. She can sell it, deed it, or will it to someone else if she wishes. What type of estate is this?

  • Fee simple absolute
  • Fee simple determinable
  • Life estate
  • Future interest

Question 28 28. Craig now owns his grandmother's old home in rural Georgia. It used to be a very quiet neighborhood, but now it's in the flight pattern for the Atlanta airport. Craig would like to prevent airplanes from flying over his property. Which of the following is true?

Craig can restrict access to the air above his property by enforcing his air rights

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because he probably doesn't own any air rights

Craig can only restrict access to the air above his property if all of his neighbors agree with him

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because the flights are probably deemed reasonable and necessary

Question 29 29. Frank owns several acres of rural land. ABC Mining Company is allowed to enter his land and extract copper from several mines. ABC owns the rights to the copper but doesn't possess the land. What type of interest does ABC Mining Company hold?

Question 30 30. Which of the following is NOT protected by intellectual property laws?

  • A patent
  • A trademark
  • A copyright
  • A trade secret
  • A land deed

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Question 1 1. Coca-Cola uses a special recipe to create the bottled product. The recipe is owned by the corporation. KooKoo-Kola finds and uses the recipe without Coca-Cola's permission. This is an example of _____.

violation of a service mark

violation of a trade secret

Question 2 2. Marcus patents a car that runs solely on grass clippings. How long will Marcus own the property rights to this invention?

Question 3 3. Before I build a log cabin on my land, I need to know:

Whether or not I own surface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own subsurface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own air rights where I want to build

Question 4 4. Land ownership is unique, because it usually includes many different types of rights. This is known as:

  • A collection of rights
  • A bushel of rights
  • A cluster of rights
  • A bundle of rights
  • A bunch of rights

Question 5 5. The government's power to legally take a person's property is known as:

  • condemnation.
  • eminent domain.
  • procedural procurement.
  • continuous occupation.

Page 2

Question 6 6. Real property includes all items that would normally remain in place when an owner of real property moves. These items are known as _____.

Question 7 7. Carrie opens a small coffee shop in a small Colorado town and names it 'Grounds'. Charlie owns a large commercial landscaping business in Los Angeles also named 'Grounds'. Charlie's company has been around for six years, while Carrie's business is brand new. Both companies claim a trademark to this name, but neither has registered the name. When Googling his company, Charlie discovers Carrie's small business and sues her for trademark infringement. What is the likely result?

  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because she used his company name without asking him.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie can't prove that he owns a legal and protected mark.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie never registered the name.
  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because his company has been around much longer, and is much bigger.
  • Carrie will win this suit because there is no likelihood of confusion.

Question 8 8. Bill's real estate development group distributed written plans for a new building. The plans were marked 'confidential' and distributed internally to managers. One manager, Brandon, gave the plans to a competing company. This is a cause of action known as:

  • Trade secret infringement
  • Patent tort
  • Unfair business practice
  • Business infringement

Question 9 9. David wills his real property to Darlene but specifies that Douglas can live on and possess the property until Douglas' death. What type of interest does Douglas possess?

Question 10 10. Once granted, how long are most patents valid for?

Until the patent owner dies.

100 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

50 years from the date the patent owner claims to have invented the item.

20 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

Page 3

Question 11 11. Soda-Pop asks Lady GiGi if they can use her song in a television commercial and she agrees. Soda Pop will pay Lady GiGi. This is called:

  • Unregistered copyright
  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 12 12. Billy owns a small bakery. His business logo has a 'TM' designation on it. This means that:

  • Billy's logo is registered with his state trademark office.
  • Billy provides a service and is therefore claiming a service mark for his business.
  • Billy doesn't have to register his trademark since his small business is one-of-a-kind.
  • Billy's logo is an unregistered trademark.
  • Billy's logo is registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Question 13 13. Marco leases the entire 5th floor of a downtown office building for his law firm. He'd like to add some antennas, for better WiFi reception, to the top of the building. Before he does this, he needs to know:

  • Who leases the floors above his floor
  • Who owns the subsurface rights to the building
  • Who owns the air rights to the building
  • Who owns the buildings that are adjacent to his building
  • Who owns the surface rights to the building

Question 14 14. Alex invents a small water faucet that dispenses boiling water. He applies for and obtains a patent. Andrew then uses Alex's design without Alex's permission to manufacture and distribute the faucet. This is an example of _____.

Question 15 15. Kelo fought New London's taking of her property, mostly on this which ground:

  • She didn't feel New London's offer was reasonable.
  • Since New London was developing the property for Pfizer, she felt that the property was not for public use.
  • Her home was in a historic district and therefore was protected.
  • Pfizer's redevelopment was illegal.

Page 4

Question 16 16. Which of the following is NOT required for the legal execution of a deed?

  • The legal description of the property
  • The buyer's signature
  • Identification of the buyer
  • The seller's signature
  • Identification of the seller

Question 17 17. Laura invents a robot lawnmower. This lawnmower will mow lawns with no human involvement. Laura wants to protect her rights to this invention. Laura should file for a:

Question 18 18. Jan is a music teacher at an elementary school. She writes a play for her students to perform. The next year, she learns that another elementary school copied and is performing the same play. Jan never registered or published the play. Which of the following is true?

  • Jan can sue for an injunction to stop the other school from performing her play.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't register her copyright.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't publish the play.
  • Jan can sue for copyright infringement.
  • None of the above.

Question 19 19. Anne's grandfather wrote a very famous novel many years ago and she owned the copyrights. She recently discovered that the copyrights expired and people can use the novel as they wish. This is called:

  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Unregistered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 20 20. Which of the following is NOT an example of intangible property?

Page 5

Question 21 21. Which of the following is NOT an example of personal property?

Question 22 22. Intellectual property is like other forms of property, EXCEPT that _____.

it's original property created in someone's mind

it's created by more than one person

it's property of the federal government

Question 23 23. Which of the following is NOT automatically copyrighted?

  • Susan hums an original song that she hopes to eventually record.
  • Miriam jots a few lines of a poem on a napkin.
  • Kevin draws the plans for a building he hopes will later be built.
  • Barry sculpts a vase out of clay.
  • Jacob types out the first few chapters of his first novel.

Question 24 24. Mary buys a tract of land that happens to include an old gold mine. Mary wants to know if she owns any rights to the mine. When Mary inspects the deed to the land, she'll need to look at:

  • What are the exact dimensions of the mine
  • Whether or not her neighbor knows about the mine
  • Whether or not she has subsurface rights to her land
  • Whether or not her purchase includes air rights
  • Whether or not the mine is still usable

Question 25 25. Some very well-known brands can prove trademark infringement more easily than smaller brands because these well-known brands don't have to prove confusion. They can, instead, show:

  • Trademark control
  • Trademark power
  • Trademark recognition
  • Trademark dilution
  • Trademark monopoly

Page 6

Question 26 26. Which of the following is NOT a voluntary property transfer?

  • Jake's son, Jackson, is graduating from college and Jake is giving him his old car.
  • Wade passed away last year and left all of his belongings to his children and grandchildren.
  • The Smith's put their house on the market and the Johnson family bought it.
  • Barb's condo was foreclosed on and now Barb's bank owns the condo.

Question 27 27. Mary owns her home outright. She can sell it, deed it, or will it to someone else if she wishes. What type of estate is this?

  • Fee simple absolute
  • Fee simple determinable
  • Life estate
  • Future interest

Question 28 28. Craig now owns his grandmother's old home in rural Georgia. It used to be a very quiet neighborhood, but now it's in the flight pattern for the Atlanta airport. Craig would like to prevent airplanes from flying over his property. Which of the following is true?

Craig can restrict access to the air above his property by enforcing his air rights

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because he probably doesn't own any air rights

Craig can only restrict access to the air above his property if all of his neighbors agree with him

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because the flights are probably deemed reasonable and necessary

Question 29 29. Frank owns several acres of rural land. ABC Mining Company is allowed to enter his land and extract copper from several mines. ABC owns the rights to the copper but doesn't possess the land. What type of interest does ABC Mining Company hold?

Question 30 30. Which of the following is NOT protected by intellectual property laws?

  • A patent
  • A trademark
  • A copyright
  • A trade secret
  • A land deed

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Page 1

Question 1 1. Coca-Cola uses a special recipe to create the bottled product. The recipe is owned by the corporation. KooKoo-Kola finds and uses the recipe without Coca-Cola's permission. This is an example of _____.

violation of a service mark

violation of a trade secret

Question 2 2. Marcus patents a car that runs solely on grass clippings. How long will Marcus own the property rights to this invention?

Question 3 3. Before I build a log cabin on my land, I need to know:

Whether or not I own surface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own subsurface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own air rights where I want to build

Question 4 4. Land ownership is unique, because it usually includes many different types of rights. This is known as:

  • A collection of rights
  • A bushel of rights
  • A cluster of rights
  • A bundle of rights
  • A bunch of rights

Question 5 5. The government's power to legally take a person's property is known as:

  • condemnation.
  • eminent domain.
  • procedural procurement.
  • continuous occupation.

Page 2

Question 6 6. Real property includes all items that would normally remain in place when an owner of real property moves. These items are known as _____.

Question 7 7. Carrie opens a small coffee shop in a small Colorado town and names it 'Grounds'. Charlie owns a large commercial landscaping business in Los Angeles also named 'Grounds'. Charlie's company has been around for six years, while Carrie's business is brand new. Both companies claim a trademark to this name, but neither has registered the name. When Googling his company, Charlie discovers Carrie's small business and sues her for trademark infringement. What is the likely result?

  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because she used his company name without asking him.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie can't prove that he owns a legal and protected mark.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie never registered the name.
  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because his company has been around much longer, and is much bigger.
  • Carrie will win this suit because there is no likelihood of confusion.

Question 8 8. Bill's real estate development group distributed written plans for a new building. The plans were marked 'confidential' and distributed internally to managers. One manager, Brandon, gave the plans to a competing company. This is a cause of action known as:

  • Trade secret infringement
  • Patent tort
  • Unfair business practice
  • Business infringement

Question 9 9. David wills his real property to Darlene but specifies that Douglas can live on and possess the property until Douglas' death. What type of interest does Douglas possess?

Question 10 10. Once granted, how long are most patents valid for?

Until the patent owner dies.

100 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

50 years from the date the patent owner claims to have invented the item.

20 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

Page 3

Question 11 11. Soda-Pop asks Lady GiGi if they can use her song in a television commercial and she agrees. Soda Pop will pay Lady GiGi. This is called:

  • Unregistered copyright
  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 12 12. Billy owns a small bakery. His business logo has a 'TM' designation on it. This means that:

  • Billy's logo is registered with his state trademark office.
  • Billy provides a service and is therefore claiming a service mark for his business.
  • Billy doesn't have to register his trademark since his small business is one-of-a-kind.
  • Billy's logo is an unregistered trademark.
  • Billy's logo is registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Question 13 13. Marco leases the entire 5th floor of a downtown office building for his law firm. He'd like to add some antennas, for better WiFi reception, to the top of the building. Before he does this, he needs to know:

  • Who leases the floors above his floor
  • Who owns the subsurface rights to the building
  • Who owns the air rights to the building
  • Who owns the buildings that are adjacent to his building
  • Who owns the surface rights to the building

Question 14 14. Alex invents a small water faucet that dispenses boiling water. He applies for and obtains a patent. Andrew then uses Alex's design without Alex's permission to manufacture and distribute the faucet. This is an example of _____.

Question 15 15. Kelo fought New London's taking of her property, mostly on this which ground:

  • She didn't feel New London's offer was reasonable.
  • Since New London was developing the property for Pfizer, she felt that the property was not for public use.
  • Her home was in a historic district and therefore was protected.
  • Pfizer's redevelopment was illegal.

Page 4

Question 16 16. Which of the following is NOT required for the legal execution of a deed?

  • The legal description of the property
  • The buyer's signature
  • Identification of the buyer
  • The seller's signature
  • Identification of the seller

Question 17 17. Laura invents a robot lawnmower. This lawnmower will mow lawns with no human involvement. Laura wants to protect her rights to this invention. Laura should file for a:

Question 18 18. Jan is a music teacher at an elementary school. She writes a play for her students to perform. The next year, she learns that another elementary school copied and is performing the same play. Jan never registered or published the play. Which of the following is true?

  • Jan can sue for an injunction to stop the other school from performing her play.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't register her copyright.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't publish the play.
  • Jan can sue for copyright infringement.
  • None of the above.

Question 19 19. Anne's grandfather wrote a very famous novel many years ago and she owned the copyrights. She recently discovered that the copyrights expired and people can use the novel as they wish. This is called:

  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Unregistered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 20 20. Which of the following is NOT an example of intangible property?

Page 5

Question 21 21. Which of the following is NOT an example of personal property?

Question 22 22. Intellectual property is like other forms of property, EXCEPT that _____.

it's original property created in someone's mind

it's created by more than one person

it's property of the federal government

Question 23 23. Which of the following is NOT automatically copyrighted?

  • Susan hums an original song that she hopes to eventually record.
  • Miriam jots a few lines of a poem on a napkin.
  • Kevin draws the plans for a building he hopes will later be built.
  • Barry sculpts a vase out of clay.
  • Jacob types out the first few chapters of his first novel.

Question 24 24. Mary buys a tract of land that happens to include an old gold mine. Mary wants to know if she owns any rights to the mine. When Mary inspects the deed to the land, she'll need to look at:

  • What are the exact dimensions of the mine
  • Whether or not her neighbor knows about the mine
  • Whether or not she has subsurface rights to her land
  • Whether or not her purchase includes air rights
  • Whether or not the mine is still usable

Question 25 25. Some very well-known brands can prove trademark infringement more easily than smaller brands because these well-known brands don't have to prove confusion. They can, instead, show:

  • Trademark control
  • Trademark power
  • Trademark recognition
  • Trademark dilution
  • Trademark monopoly

Page 6

Question 26 26. Which of the following is NOT a voluntary property transfer?

  • Jake's son, Jackson, is graduating from college and Jake is giving him his old car.
  • Wade passed away last year and left all of his belongings to his children and grandchildren.
  • The Smith's put their house on the market and the Johnson family bought it.
  • Barb's condo was foreclosed on and now Barb's bank owns the condo.

Question 27 27. Mary owns her home outright. She can sell it, deed it, or will it to someone else if she wishes. What type of estate is this?

  • Fee simple absolute
  • Fee simple determinable
  • Life estate
  • Future interest

Question 28 28. Craig now owns his grandmother's old home in rural Georgia. It used to be a very quiet neighborhood, but now it's in the flight pattern for the Atlanta airport. Craig would like to prevent airplanes from flying over his property. Which of the following is true?

Craig can restrict access to the air above his property by enforcing his air rights

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because he probably doesn't own any air rights

Craig can only restrict access to the air above his property if all of his neighbors agree with him

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because the flights are probably deemed reasonable and necessary

Question 29 29. Frank owns several acres of rural land. ABC Mining Company is allowed to enter his land and extract copper from several mines. ABC owns the rights to the copper but doesn't possess the land. What type of interest does ABC Mining Company hold?

Question 30 30. Which of the following is NOT protected by intellectual property laws?

  • A patent
  • A trademark
  • A copyright
  • A trade secret
  • A land deed

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Page 1

Question 1 1. Coca-Cola uses a special recipe to create the bottled product. The recipe is owned by the corporation. KooKoo-Kola finds and uses the recipe without Coca-Cola's permission. This is an example of _____.

violation of a service mark

violation of a trade secret

Question 2 2. Marcus patents a car that runs solely on grass clippings. How long will Marcus own the property rights to this invention?

Question 3 3. Before I build a log cabin on my land, I need to know:

Whether or not I own surface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own subsurface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own air rights where I want to build

Question 4 4. Land ownership is unique, because it usually includes many different types of rights. This is known as:

  • A collection of rights
  • A bushel of rights
  • A cluster of rights
  • A bundle of rights
  • A bunch of rights

Question 5 5. The government's power to legally take a person's property is known as:

  • condemnation.
  • eminent domain.
  • procedural procurement.
  • continuous occupation.

Page 2

Question 6 6. Real property includes all items that would normally remain in place when an owner of real property moves. These items are known as _____.

Question 7 7. Carrie opens a small coffee shop in a small Colorado town and names it 'Grounds'. Charlie owns a large commercial landscaping business in Los Angeles also named 'Grounds'. Charlie's company has been around for six years, while Carrie's business is brand new. Both companies claim a trademark to this name, but neither has registered the name. When Googling his company, Charlie discovers Carrie's small business and sues her for trademark infringement. What is the likely result?

  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because she used his company name without asking him.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie can't prove that he owns a legal and protected mark.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie never registered the name.
  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because his company has been around much longer, and is much bigger.
  • Carrie will win this suit because there is no likelihood of confusion.

Question 8 8. Bill's real estate development group distributed written plans for a new building. The plans were marked 'confidential' and distributed internally to managers. One manager, Brandon, gave the plans to a competing company. This is a cause of action known as:

  • Trade secret infringement
  • Patent tort
  • Unfair business practice
  • Business infringement

Question 9 9. David wills his real property to Darlene but specifies that Douglas can live on and possess the property until Douglas' death. What type of interest does Douglas possess?

Question 10 10. Once granted, how long are most patents valid for?

Until the patent owner dies.

100 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

50 years from the date the patent owner claims to have invented the item.

20 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

Page 3

Question 11 11. Soda-Pop asks Lady GiGi if they can use her song in a television commercial and she agrees. Soda Pop will pay Lady GiGi. This is called:

  • Unregistered copyright
  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 12 12. Billy owns a small bakery. His business logo has a 'TM' designation on it. This means that:

  • Billy's logo is registered with his state trademark office.
  • Billy provides a service and is therefore claiming a service mark for his business.
  • Billy doesn't have to register his trademark since his small business is one-of-a-kind.
  • Billy's logo is an unregistered trademark.
  • Billy's logo is registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Question 13 13. Marco leases the entire 5th floor of a downtown office building for his law firm. He'd like to add some antennas, for better WiFi reception, to the top of the building. Before he does this, he needs to know:

  • Who leases the floors above his floor
  • Who owns the subsurface rights to the building
  • Who owns the air rights to the building
  • Who owns the buildings that are adjacent to his building
  • Who owns the surface rights to the building

Question 14 14. Alex invents a small water faucet that dispenses boiling water. He applies for and obtains a patent. Andrew then uses Alex's design without Alex's permission to manufacture and distribute the faucet. This is an example of _____.

Question 15 15. Kelo fought New London's taking of her property, mostly on this which ground:

  • She didn't feel New London's offer was reasonable.
  • Since New London was developing the property for Pfizer, she felt that the property was not for public use.
  • Her home was in a historic district and therefore was protected.
  • Pfizer's redevelopment was illegal.

Page 4

Question 16 16. Which of the following is NOT required for the legal execution of a deed?

  • The legal description of the property
  • The buyer's signature
  • Identification of the buyer
  • The seller's signature
  • Identification of the seller

Question 17 17. Laura invents a robot lawnmower. This lawnmower will mow lawns with no human involvement. Laura wants to protect her rights to this invention. Laura should file for a:

Question 18 18. Jan is a music teacher at an elementary school. She writes a play for her students to perform. The next year, she learns that another elementary school copied and is performing the same play. Jan never registered or published the play. Which of the following is true?

  • Jan can sue for an injunction to stop the other school from performing her play.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't register her copyright.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't publish the play.
  • Jan can sue for copyright infringement.
  • None of the above.

Question 19 19. Anne's grandfather wrote a very famous novel many years ago and she owned the copyrights. She recently discovered that the copyrights expired and people can use the novel as they wish. This is called:

  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Unregistered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 20 20. Which of the following is NOT an example of intangible property?

Page 5

Question 21 21. Which of the following is NOT an example of personal property?

Question 22 22. Intellectual property is like other forms of property, EXCEPT that _____.

it's original property created in someone's mind

it's created by more than one person

it's property of the federal government

Question 23 23. Which of the following is NOT automatically copyrighted?

  • Susan hums an original song that she hopes to eventually record.
  • Miriam jots a few lines of a poem on a napkin.
  • Kevin draws the plans for a building he hopes will later be built.
  • Barry sculpts a vase out of clay.
  • Jacob types out the first few chapters of his first novel.

Question 24 24. Mary buys a tract of land that happens to include an old gold mine. Mary wants to know if she owns any rights to the mine. When Mary inspects the deed to the land, she'll need to look at:

  • What are the exact dimensions of the mine
  • Whether or not her neighbor knows about the mine
  • Whether or not she has subsurface rights to her land
  • Whether or not her purchase includes air rights
  • Whether or not the mine is still usable

Question 25 25. Some very well-known brands can prove trademark infringement more easily than smaller brands because these well-known brands don't have to prove confusion. They can, instead, show:

  • Trademark control
  • Trademark power
  • Trademark recognition
  • Trademark dilution
  • Trademark monopoly

Page 6

Question 26 26. Which of the following is NOT a voluntary property transfer?

  • Jake's son, Jackson, is graduating from college and Jake is giving him his old car.
  • Wade passed away last year and left all of his belongings to his children and grandchildren.
  • The Smith's put their house on the market and the Johnson family bought it.
  • Barb's condo was foreclosed on and now Barb's bank owns the condo.

Question 27 27. Mary owns her home outright. She can sell it, deed it, or will it to someone else if she wishes. What type of estate is this?

  • Fee simple absolute
  • Fee simple determinable
  • Life estate
  • Future interest

Question 28 28. Craig now owns his grandmother's old home in rural Georgia. It used to be a very quiet neighborhood, but now it's in the flight pattern for the Atlanta airport. Craig would like to prevent airplanes from flying over his property. Which of the following is true?

Craig can restrict access to the air above his property by enforcing his air rights

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because he probably doesn't own any air rights

Craig can only restrict access to the air above his property if all of his neighbors agree with him

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because the flights are probably deemed reasonable and necessary

Question 29 29. Frank owns several acres of rural land. ABC Mining Company is allowed to enter his land and extract copper from several mines. ABC owns the rights to the copper but doesn't possess the land. What type of interest does ABC Mining Company hold?

Question 30 30. Which of the following is NOT protected by intellectual property laws?

  • A patent
  • A trademark
  • A copyright
  • A trade secret
  • A land deed

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Page 1

Question 1 1. Coca-Cola uses a special recipe to create the bottled product. The recipe is owned by the corporation. KooKoo-Kola finds and uses the recipe without Coca-Cola's permission. This is an example of _____.

violation of a service mark

violation of a trade secret

Question 2 2. Marcus patents a car that runs solely on grass clippings. How long will Marcus own the property rights to this invention?

Question 3 3. Before I build a log cabin on my land, I need to know:

Whether or not I own surface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own subsurface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own air rights where I want to build

Question 4 4. Land ownership is unique, because it usually includes many different types of rights. This is known as:

  • A collection of rights
  • A bushel of rights
  • A cluster of rights
  • A bundle of rights
  • A bunch of rights

Question 5 5. The government's power to legally take a person's property is known as:

  • condemnation.
  • eminent domain.
  • procedural procurement.
  • continuous occupation.

Page 2

Question 6 6. Real property includes all items that would normally remain in place when an owner of real property moves. These items are known as _____.

Question 7 7. Carrie opens a small coffee shop in a small Colorado town and names it 'Grounds'. Charlie owns a large commercial landscaping business in Los Angeles also named 'Grounds'. Charlie's company has been around for six years, while Carrie's business is brand new. Both companies claim a trademark to this name, but neither has registered the name. When Googling his company, Charlie discovers Carrie's small business and sues her for trademark infringement. What is the likely result?

  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because she used his company name without asking him.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie can't prove that he owns a legal and protected mark.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie never registered the name.
  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because his company has been around much longer, and is much bigger.
  • Carrie will win this suit because there is no likelihood of confusion.

Question 8 8. Bill's real estate development group distributed written plans for a new building. The plans were marked 'confidential' and distributed internally to managers. One manager, Brandon, gave the plans to a competing company. This is a cause of action known as:

  • Trade secret infringement
  • Patent tort
  • Unfair business practice
  • Business infringement

Question 9 9. David wills his real property to Darlene but specifies that Douglas can live on and possess the property until Douglas' death. What type of interest does Douglas possess?

Question 10 10. Once granted, how long are most patents valid for?

Until the patent owner dies.

100 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

50 years from the date the patent owner claims to have invented the item.

20 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

Page 3

Question 11 11. Soda-Pop asks Lady GiGi if they can use her song in a television commercial and she agrees. Soda Pop will pay Lady GiGi. This is called:

  • Unregistered copyright
  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 12 12. Billy owns a small bakery. His business logo has a 'TM' designation on it. This means that:

  • Billy's logo is registered with his state trademark office.
  • Billy provides a service and is therefore claiming a service mark for his business.
  • Billy doesn't have to register his trademark since his small business is one-of-a-kind.
  • Billy's logo is an unregistered trademark.
  • Billy's logo is registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Question 13 13. Marco leases the entire 5th floor of a downtown office building for his law firm. He'd like to add some antennas, for better WiFi reception, to the top of the building. Before he does this, he needs to know:

  • Who leases the floors above his floor
  • Who owns the subsurface rights to the building
  • Who owns the air rights to the building
  • Who owns the buildings that are adjacent to his building
  • Who owns the surface rights to the building

Question 14 14. Alex invents a small water faucet that dispenses boiling water. He applies for and obtains a patent. Andrew then uses Alex's design without Alex's permission to manufacture and distribute the faucet. This is an example of _____.

Question 15 15. Kelo fought New London's taking of her property, mostly on this which ground:

  • She didn't feel New London's offer was reasonable.
  • Since New London was developing the property for Pfizer, she felt that the property was not for public use.
  • Her home was in a historic district and therefore was protected.
  • Pfizer's redevelopment was illegal.

Page 4

Question 16 16. Which of the following is NOT required for the legal execution of a deed?

  • The legal description of the property
  • The buyer's signature
  • Identification of the buyer
  • The seller's signature
  • Identification of the seller

Question 17 17. Laura invents a robot lawnmower. This lawnmower will mow lawns with no human involvement. Laura wants to protect her rights to this invention. Laura should file for a:

Question 18 18. Jan is a music teacher at an elementary school. She writes a play for her students to perform. The next year, she learns that another elementary school copied and is performing the same play. Jan never registered or published the play. Which of the following is true?

  • Jan can sue for an injunction to stop the other school from performing her play.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't register her copyright.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't publish the play.
  • Jan can sue for copyright infringement.
  • None of the above.

Question 19 19. Anne's grandfather wrote a very famous novel many years ago and she owned the copyrights. She recently discovered that the copyrights expired and people can use the novel as they wish. This is called:

  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Unregistered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 20 20. Which of the following is NOT an example of intangible property?

Page 5

Question 21 21. Which of the following is NOT an example of personal property?

Question 22 22. Intellectual property is like other forms of property, EXCEPT that _____.

it's original property created in someone's mind

it's created by more than one person

it's property of the federal government

Question 23 23. Which of the following is NOT automatically copyrighted?

  • Susan hums an original song that she hopes to eventually record.
  • Miriam jots a few lines of a poem on a napkin.
  • Kevin draws the plans for a building he hopes will later be built.
  • Barry sculpts a vase out of clay.
  • Jacob types out the first few chapters of his first novel.

Question 24 24. Mary buys a tract of land that happens to include an old gold mine. Mary wants to know if she owns any rights to the mine. When Mary inspects the deed to the land, she'll need to look at:

  • What are the exact dimensions of the mine
  • Whether or not her neighbor knows about the mine
  • Whether or not she has subsurface rights to her land
  • Whether or not her purchase includes air rights
  • Whether or not the mine is still usable

Question 25 25. Some very well-known brands can prove trademark infringement more easily than smaller brands because these well-known brands don't have to prove confusion. They can, instead, show:

  • Trademark control
  • Trademark power
  • Trademark recognition
  • Trademark dilution
  • Trademark monopoly

Page 6

Question 26 26. Which of the following is NOT a voluntary property transfer?

  • Jake's son, Jackson, is graduating from college and Jake is giving him his old car.
  • Wade passed away last year and left all of his belongings to his children and grandchildren.
  • The Smith's put their house on the market and the Johnson family bought it.
  • Barb's condo was foreclosed on and now Barb's bank owns the condo.

Question 27 27. Mary owns her home outright. She can sell it, deed it, or will it to someone else if she wishes. What type of estate is this?

  • Fee simple absolute
  • Fee simple determinable
  • Life estate
  • Future interest

Question 28 28. Craig now owns his grandmother's old home in rural Georgia. It used to be a very quiet neighborhood, but now it's in the flight pattern for the Atlanta airport. Craig would like to prevent airplanes from flying over his property. Which of the following is true?

Craig can restrict access to the air above his property by enforcing his air rights

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because he probably doesn't own any air rights

Craig can only restrict access to the air above his property if all of his neighbors agree with him

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because the flights are probably deemed reasonable and necessary

Question 29 29. Frank owns several acres of rural land. ABC Mining Company is allowed to enter his land and extract copper from several mines. ABC owns the rights to the copper but doesn't possess the land. What type of interest does ABC Mining Company hold?

Question 30 30. Which of the following is NOT protected by intellectual property laws?

  • A patent
  • A trademark
  • A copyright
  • A trade secret
  • A land deed

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Question 1 1. Coca-Cola uses a special recipe to create the bottled product. The recipe is owned by the corporation. KooKoo-Kola finds and uses the recipe without Coca-Cola's permission. This is an example of _____.

violation of a service mark

violation of a trade secret

Question 2 2. Marcus patents a car that runs solely on grass clippings. How long will Marcus own the property rights to this invention?

Question 3 3. Before I build a log cabin on my land, I need to know:

Whether or not I own surface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own subsurface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own air rights where I want to build

Question 4 4. Land ownership is unique, because it usually includes many different types of rights. This is known as:

  • A collection of rights
  • A bushel of rights
  • A cluster of rights
  • A bundle of rights
  • A bunch of rights

Question 5 5. The government's power to legally take a person's property is known as:

  • condemnation.
  • eminent domain.
  • procedural procurement.
  • continuous occupation.

Page 2

Question 6 6. Real property includes all items that would normally remain in place when an owner of real property moves. These items are known as _____.

Question 7 7. Carrie opens a small coffee shop in a small Colorado town and names it 'Grounds'. Charlie owns a large commercial landscaping business in Los Angeles also named 'Grounds'. Charlie's company has been around for six years, while Carrie's business is brand new. Both companies claim a trademark to this name, but neither has registered the name. When Googling his company, Charlie discovers Carrie's small business and sues her for trademark infringement. What is the likely result?

  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because she used his company name without asking him.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie can't prove that he owns a legal and protected mark.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie never registered the name.
  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because his company has been around much longer, and is much bigger.
  • Carrie will win this suit because there is no likelihood of confusion.

Question 8 8. Bill's real estate development group distributed written plans for a new building. The plans were marked 'confidential' and distributed internally to managers. One manager, Brandon, gave the plans to a competing company. This is a cause of action known as:

  • Trade secret infringement
  • Patent tort
  • Unfair business practice
  • Business infringement

Question 9 9. David wills his real property to Darlene but specifies that Douglas can live on and possess the property until Douglas' death. What type of interest does Douglas possess?

Question 10 10. Once granted, how long are most patents valid for?

Until the patent owner dies.

100 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

50 years from the date the patent owner claims to have invented the item.

20 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

Page 3

Question 11 11. Soda-Pop asks Lady GiGi if they can use her song in a television commercial and she agrees. Soda Pop will pay Lady GiGi. This is called:

  • Unregistered copyright
  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 12 12. Billy owns a small bakery. His business logo has a 'TM' designation on it. This means that:

  • Billy's logo is registered with his state trademark office.
  • Billy provides a service and is therefore claiming a service mark for his business.
  • Billy doesn't have to register his trademark since his small business is one-of-a-kind.
  • Billy's logo is an unregistered trademark.
  • Billy's logo is registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Question 13 13. Marco leases the entire 5th floor of a downtown office building for his law firm. He'd like to add some antennas, for better WiFi reception, to the top of the building. Before he does this, he needs to know:

  • Who leases the floors above his floor
  • Who owns the subsurface rights to the building
  • Who owns the air rights to the building
  • Who owns the buildings that are adjacent to his building
  • Who owns the surface rights to the building

Question 14 14. Alex invents a small water faucet that dispenses boiling water. He applies for and obtains a patent. Andrew then uses Alex's design without Alex's permission to manufacture and distribute the faucet. This is an example of _____.

Question 15 15. Kelo fought New London's taking of her property, mostly on this which ground:

  • She didn't feel New London's offer was reasonable.
  • Since New London was developing the property for Pfizer, she felt that the property was not for public use.
  • Her home was in a historic district and therefore was protected.
  • Pfizer's redevelopment was illegal.

Page 4

Question 16 16. Which of the following is NOT required for the legal execution of a deed?

  • The legal description of the property
  • The buyer's signature
  • Identification of the buyer
  • The seller's signature
  • Identification of the seller

Question 17 17. Laura invents a robot lawnmower. This lawnmower will mow lawns with no human involvement. Laura wants to protect her rights to this invention. Laura should file for a:

Question 18 18. Jan is a music teacher at an elementary school. She writes a play for her students to perform. The next year, she learns that another elementary school copied and is performing the same play. Jan never registered or published the play. Which of the following is true?

  • Jan can sue for an injunction to stop the other school from performing her play.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't register her copyright.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't publish the play.
  • Jan can sue for copyright infringement.
  • None of the above.

Question 19 19. Anne's grandfather wrote a very famous novel many years ago and she owned the copyrights. She recently discovered that the copyrights expired and people can use the novel as they wish. This is called:

  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Unregistered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 20 20. Which of the following is NOT an example of intangible property?

Page 5

Question 21 21. Which of the following is NOT an example of personal property?

Question 22 22. Intellectual property is like other forms of property, EXCEPT that _____.

it's original property created in someone's mind

it's created by more than one person

it's property of the federal government

Question 23 23. Which of the following is NOT automatically copyrighted?

  • Susan hums an original song that she hopes to eventually record.
  • Miriam jots a few lines of a poem on a napkin.
  • Kevin draws the plans for a building he hopes will later be built.
  • Barry sculpts a vase out of clay.
  • Jacob types out the first few chapters of his first novel.

Question 24 24. Mary buys a tract of land that happens to include an old gold mine. Mary wants to know if she owns any rights to the mine. When Mary inspects the deed to the land, she'll need to look at:

  • What are the exact dimensions of the mine
  • Whether or not her neighbor knows about the mine
  • Whether or not she has subsurface rights to her land
  • Whether or not her purchase includes air rights
  • Whether or not the mine is still usable

Question 25 25. Some very well-known brands can prove trademark infringement more easily than smaller brands because these well-known brands don't have to prove confusion. They can, instead, show:

  • Trademark control
  • Trademark power
  • Trademark recognition
  • Trademark dilution
  • Trademark monopoly

Page 6

Question 26 26. Which of the following is NOT a voluntary property transfer?

  • Jake's son, Jackson, is graduating from college and Jake is giving him his old car.
  • Wade passed away last year and left all of his belongings to his children and grandchildren.
  • The Smith's put their house on the market and the Johnson family bought it.
  • Barb's condo was foreclosed on and now Barb's bank owns the condo.

Question 27 27. Mary owns her home outright. She can sell it, deed it, or will it to someone else if she wishes. What type of estate is this?

  • Fee simple absolute
  • Fee simple determinable
  • Life estate
  • Future interest

Question 28 28. Craig now owns his grandmother's old home in rural Georgia. It used to be a very quiet neighborhood, but now it's in the flight pattern for the Atlanta airport. Craig would like to prevent airplanes from flying over his property. Which of the following is true?

Craig can restrict access to the air above his property by enforcing his air rights

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because he probably doesn't own any air rights

Craig can only restrict access to the air above his property if all of his neighbors agree with him

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because the flights are probably deemed reasonable and necessary

Question 29 29. Frank owns several acres of rural land. ABC Mining Company is allowed to enter his land and extract copper from several mines. ABC owns the rights to the copper but doesn't possess the land. What type of interest does ABC Mining Company hold?

Question 30 30. Which of the following is NOT protected by intellectual property laws?

  • A patent
  • A trademark
  • A copyright
  • A trade secret
  • A land deed

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Page 1

Question 1 1. Coca-Cola uses a special recipe to create the bottled product. The recipe is owned by the corporation. KooKoo-Kola finds and uses the recipe without Coca-Cola's permission. This is an example of _____.

violation of a service mark

violation of a trade secret

Question 2 2. Marcus patents a car that runs solely on grass clippings. How long will Marcus own the property rights to this invention?

Question 3 3. Before I build a log cabin on my land, I need to know:

Whether or not I own surface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own subsurface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own air rights where I want to build

Question 4 4. Land ownership is unique, because it usually includes many different types of rights. This is known as:

  • A collection of rights
  • A bushel of rights
  • A cluster of rights
  • A bundle of rights
  • A bunch of rights

Question 5 5. The government's power to legally take a person's property is known as:

  • condemnation.
  • eminent domain.
  • procedural procurement.
  • continuous occupation.

Page 2

Question 6 6. Real property includes all items that would normally remain in place when an owner of real property moves. These items are known as _____.

Question 7 7. Carrie opens a small coffee shop in a small Colorado town and names it 'Grounds'. Charlie owns a large commercial landscaping business in Los Angeles also named 'Grounds'. Charlie's company has been around for six years, while Carrie's business is brand new. Both companies claim a trademark to this name, but neither has registered the name. When Googling his company, Charlie discovers Carrie's small business and sues her for trademark infringement. What is the likely result?

  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because she used his company name without asking him.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie can't prove that he owns a legal and protected mark.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie never registered the name.
  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because his company has been around much longer, and is much bigger.
  • Carrie will win this suit because there is no likelihood of confusion.

Question 8 8. Bill's real estate development group distributed written plans for a new building. The plans were marked 'confidential' and distributed internally to managers. One manager, Brandon, gave the plans to a competing company. This is a cause of action known as:

  • Trade secret infringement
  • Patent tort
  • Unfair business practice
  • Business infringement

Question 9 9. David wills his real property to Darlene but specifies that Douglas can live on and possess the property until Douglas' death. What type of interest does Douglas possess?

Question 10 10. Once granted, how long are most patents valid for?

Until the patent owner dies.

100 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

50 years from the date the patent owner claims to have invented the item.

20 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

Page 3

Question 11 11. Soda-Pop asks Lady GiGi if they can use her song in a television commercial and she agrees. Soda Pop will pay Lady GiGi. This is called:

  • Unregistered copyright
  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 12 12. Billy owns a small bakery. His business logo has a 'TM' designation on it. This means that:

  • Billy's logo is registered with his state trademark office.
  • Billy provides a service and is therefore claiming a service mark for his business.
  • Billy doesn't have to register his trademark since his small business is one-of-a-kind.
  • Billy's logo is an unregistered trademark.
  • Billy's logo is registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Question 13 13. Marco leases the entire 5th floor of a downtown office building for his law firm. He'd like to add some antennas, for better WiFi reception, to the top of the building. Before he does this, he needs to know:

  • Who leases the floors above his floor
  • Who owns the subsurface rights to the building
  • Who owns the air rights to the building
  • Who owns the buildings that are adjacent to his building
  • Who owns the surface rights to the building

Question 14 14. Alex invents a small water faucet that dispenses boiling water. He applies for and obtains a patent. Andrew then uses Alex's design without Alex's permission to manufacture and distribute the faucet. This is an example of _____.

Question 15 15. Kelo fought New London's taking of her property, mostly on this which ground:

  • She didn't feel New London's offer was reasonable.
  • Since New London was developing the property for Pfizer, she felt that the property was not for public use.
  • Her home was in a historic district and therefore was protected.
  • Pfizer's redevelopment was illegal.

Page 4

Question 16 16. Which of the following is NOT required for the legal execution of a deed?

  • The legal description of the property
  • The buyer's signature
  • Identification of the buyer
  • The seller's signature
  • Identification of the seller

Question 17 17. Laura invents a robot lawnmower. This lawnmower will mow lawns with no human involvement. Laura wants to protect her rights to this invention. Laura should file for a:

Question 18 18. Jan is a music teacher at an elementary school. She writes a play for her students to perform. The next year, she learns that another elementary school copied and is performing the same play. Jan never registered or published the play. Which of the following is true?

  • Jan can sue for an injunction to stop the other school from performing her play.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't register her copyright.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't publish the play.
  • Jan can sue for copyright infringement.
  • None of the above.

Question 19 19. Anne's grandfather wrote a very famous novel many years ago and she owned the copyrights. She recently discovered that the copyrights expired and people can use the novel as they wish. This is called:

  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Unregistered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 20 20. Which of the following is NOT an example of intangible property?

Page 5

Question 21 21. Which of the following is NOT an example of personal property?

Question 22 22. Intellectual property is like other forms of property, EXCEPT that _____.

it's original property created in someone's mind

it's created by more than one person

it's property of the federal government

Question 23 23. Which of the following is NOT automatically copyrighted?

  • Susan hums an original song that she hopes to eventually record.
  • Miriam jots a few lines of a poem on a napkin.
  • Kevin draws the plans for a building he hopes will later be built.
  • Barry sculpts a vase out of clay.
  • Jacob types out the first few chapters of his first novel.

Question 24 24. Mary buys a tract of land that happens to include an old gold mine. Mary wants to know if she owns any rights to the mine. When Mary inspects the deed to the land, she'll need to look at:

  • What are the exact dimensions of the mine
  • Whether or not her neighbor knows about the mine
  • Whether or not she has subsurface rights to her land
  • Whether or not her purchase includes air rights
  • Whether or not the mine is still usable

Question 25 25. Some very well-known brands can prove trademark infringement more easily than smaller brands because these well-known brands don't have to prove confusion. They can, instead, show:

  • Trademark control
  • Trademark power
  • Trademark recognition
  • Trademark dilution
  • Trademark monopoly

Page 6

Question 26 26. Which of the following is NOT a voluntary property transfer?

  • Jake's son, Jackson, is graduating from college and Jake is giving him his old car.
  • Wade passed away last year and left all of his belongings to his children and grandchildren.
  • The Smith's put their house on the market and the Johnson family bought it.
  • Barb's condo was foreclosed on and now Barb's bank owns the condo.

Question 27 27. Mary owns her home outright. She can sell it, deed it, or will it to someone else if she wishes. What type of estate is this?

  • Fee simple absolute
  • Fee simple determinable
  • Life estate
  • Future interest

Question 28 28. Craig now owns his grandmother's old home in rural Georgia. It used to be a very quiet neighborhood, but now it's in the flight pattern for the Atlanta airport. Craig would like to prevent airplanes from flying over his property. Which of the following is true?

Craig can restrict access to the air above his property by enforcing his air rights

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because he probably doesn't own any air rights

Craig can only restrict access to the air above his property if all of his neighbors agree with him

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because the flights are probably deemed reasonable and necessary

Question 29 29. Frank owns several acres of rural land. ABC Mining Company is allowed to enter his land and extract copper from several mines. ABC owns the rights to the copper but doesn't possess the land. What type of interest does ABC Mining Company hold?

Question 30 30. Which of the following is NOT protected by intellectual property laws?

  • A patent
  • A trademark
  • A copyright
  • A trade secret
  • A land deed

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Page 1

Question 1 1. Coca-Cola uses a special recipe to create the bottled product. The recipe is owned by the corporation. KooKoo-Kola finds and uses the recipe without Coca-Cola's permission. This is an example of _____.

violation of a service mark

violation of a trade secret

Question 2 2. Marcus patents a car that runs solely on grass clippings. How long will Marcus own the property rights to this invention?

Question 3 3. Before I build a log cabin on my land, I need to know:

Whether or not I own surface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own subsurface rights where I want to build

Whether or not I own air rights where I want to build

Question 4 4. Land ownership is unique, because it usually includes many different types of rights. This is known as:

  • A collection of rights
  • A bushel of rights
  • A cluster of rights
  • A bundle of rights
  • A bunch of rights

Question 5 5. The government's power to legally take a person's property is known as:

  • condemnation.
  • eminent domain.
  • procedural procurement.
  • continuous occupation.

Page 2

Question 6 6. Real property includes all items that would normally remain in place when an owner of real property moves. These items are known as _____.

Question 7 7. Carrie opens a small coffee shop in a small Colorado town and names it 'Grounds'. Charlie owns a large commercial landscaping business in Los Angeles also named 'Grounds'. Charlie's company has been around for six years, while Carrie's business is brand new. Both companies claim a trademark to this name, but neither has registered the name. When Googling his company, Charlie discovers Carrie's small business and sues her for trademark infringement. What is the likely result?

  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because she used his company name without asking him.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie can't prove that he owns a legal and protected mark.
  • Carrie will win this suit because Charlie never registered the name.
  • Charlie will win his suit against Carrie because his company has been around much longer, and is much bigger.
  • Carrie will win this suit because there is no likelihood of confusion.

Question 8 8. Bill's real estate development group distributed written plans for a new building. The plans were marked 'confidential' and distributed internally to managers. One manager, Brandon, gave the plans to a competing company. This is a cause of action known as:

  • Trade secret infringement
  • Patent tort
  • Unfair business practice
  • Business infringement

Question 9 9. David wills his real property to Darlene but specifies that Douglas can live on and possess the property until Douglas' death. What type of interest does Douglas possess?

Question 10 10. Once granted, how long are most patents valid for?

Until the patent owner dies.

100 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

50 years from the date the patent owner claims to have invented the item.

20 years from the date the patent owner submitted the patent application.

Page 3

Question 11 11. Soda-Pop asks Lady GiGi if they can use her song in a television commercial and she agrees. Soda Pop will pay Lady GiGi. This is called:

  • Unregistered copyright
  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 12 12. Billy owns a small bakery. His business logo has a 'TM' designation on it. This means that:

  • Billy's logo is registered with his state trademark office.
  • Billy provides a service and is therefore claiming a service mark for his business.
  • Billy doesn't have to register his trademark since his small business is one-of-a-kind.
  • Billy's logo is an unregistered trademark.
  • Billy's logo is registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Question 13 13. Marco leases the entire 5th floor of a downtown office building for his law firm. He'd like to add some antennas, for better WiFi reception, to the top of the building. Before he does this, he needs to know:

  • Who leases the floors above his floor
  • Who owns the subsurface rights to the building
  • Who owns the air rights to the building
  • Who owns the buildings that are adjacent to his building
  • Who owns the surface rights to the building

Question 14 14. Alex invents a small water faucet that dispenses boiling water. He applies for and obtains a patent. Andrew then uses Alex's design without Alex's permission to manufacture and distribute the faucet. This is an example of _____.

Question 15 15. Kelo fought New London's taking of her property, mostly on this which ground:

  • She didn't feel New London's offer was reasonable.
  • Since New London was developing the property for Pfizer, she felt that the property was not for public use.
  • Her home was in a historic district and therefore was protected.
  • Pfizer's redevelopment was illegal.

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Question 16 16. Which of the following is NOT required for the legal execution of a deed?

  • The legal description of the property
  • The buyer's signature
  • Identification of the buyer
  • The seller's signature
  • Identification of the seller

Question 17 17. Laura invents a robot lawnmower. This lawnmower will mow lawns with no human involvement. Laura wants to protect her rights to this invention. Laura should file for a:

Question 18 18. Jan is a music teacher at an elementary school. She writes a play for her students to perform. The next year, she learns that another elementary school copied and is performing the same play. Jan never registered or published the play. Which of the following is true?

  • Jan can sue for an injunction to stop the other school from performing her play.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't register her copyright.
  • Jan can't do anything since she didn't publish the play.
  • Jan can sue for copyright infringement.
  • None of the above.

Question 19 19. Anne's grandfather wrote a very famous novel many years ago and she owned the copyrights. She recently discovered that the copyrights expired and people can use the novel as they wish. This is called:

  • Public domain
  • Registered copyright
  • Unregistered copyright
  • Licensing
  • Fair use

Question 20 20. Which of the following is NOT an example of intangible property?

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Question 21 21. Which of the following is NOT an example of personal property?

Question 22 22. Intellectual property is like other forms of property, EXCEPT that _____.

it's original property created in someone's mind

it's created by more than one person

it's property of the federal government

Question 23 23. Which of the following is NOT automatically copyrighted?

  • Susan hums an original song that she hopes to eventually record.
  • Miriam jots a few lines of a poem on a napkin.
  • Kevin draws the plans for a building he hopes will later be built.
  • Barry sculpts a vase out of clay.
  • Jacob types out the first few chapters of his first novel.

Question 24 24. Mary buys a tract of land that happens to include an old gold mine. Mary wants to know if she owns any rights to the mine. When Mary inspects the deed to the land, she'll need to look at:

  • What are the exact dimensions of the mine
  • Whether or not her neighbor knows about the mine
  • Whether or not she has subsurface rights to her land
  • Whether or not her purchase includes air rights
  • Whether or not the mine is still usable

Question 25 25. Some very well-known brands can prove trademark infringement more easily than smaller brands because these well-known brands don't have to prove confusion. They can, instead, show:

  • Trademark control
  • Trademark power
  • Trademark recognition
  • Trademark dilution
  • Trademark monopoly

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Question 26 26. Which of the following is NOT a voluntary property transfer?

  • Jake's son, Jackson, is graduating from college and Jake is giving him his old car.
  • Wade passed away last year and left all of his belongings to his children and grandchildren.
  • The Smith's put their house on the market and the Johnson family bought it.
  • Barb's condo was foreclosed on and now Barb's bank owns the condo.

Question 27 27. Mary owns her home outright. She can sell it, deed it, or will it to someone else if she wishes. What type of estate is this?

  • Fee simple absolute
  • Fee simple determinable
  • Life estate
  • Future interest

Question 28 28. Craig now owns his grandmother's old home in rural Georgia. It used to be a very quiet neighborhood, but now it's in the flight pattern for the Atlanta airport. Craig would like to prevent airplanes from flying over his property. Which of the following is true?

Craig can restrict access to the air above his property by enforcing his air rights

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because he probably doesn't own any air rights

Craig can only restrict access to the air above his property if all of his neighbors agree with him

Craig probably can't restrict planes from flying over his house because the flights are probably deemed reasonable and necessary

Question 29 29. Frank owns several acres of rural land. ABC Mining Company is allowed to enter his land and extract copper from several mines. ABC owns the rights to the copper but doesn't possess the land. What type of interest does ABC Mining Company hold?

Question 30 30. Which of the following is NOT protected by intellectual property laws?

  • A patent
  • A trademark
  • A copyright
  • A trade secret
  • A land deed

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