GOVT 470 Test 3

GOVT 470 Test 3 Liberty University Answers

Updated 2017

  1. A patent is a legal monopoly in copying and marketing a new invention.
  2. Innocently acquiring a secret from another without knowledge of their theft is generally misappropriation.
  3. refers to a colored design or shape associated with a product or service.
  4. Employers can only enforce a covenant not to compete if they have a valid business purpose for doing so.
  5. Misappropriation of a trade secret occurs when
  6. Once information is in the public domain, an intellectual property right can be applied to recapture it.
  7. Which of the following is true in case a patent expires?
  8. If, through your own effort, you are able to recreate the same information that another considers to be a trade secret, a misappropriation has occurred.
  9. Which of the following is actually intended to be used by someone other than the owner?
  10. Any private individual or a public firm can bring a case under the Economic Espionage Act (EEA).
  11. Which of the following is a function of a trademark?
  12. Which of the following statements is true of intellectual property?
  13. Which of the following defenses can an alleged infringer use to prove that the patent is invalid?
  14. The World Intellectual Property Organizations Arbitration and Mediation Center hears cases involving
  15. The Convention on the International Sale of Goods makes it harder to disclaim warranties on goods than under traditional U.S. law.
  16. The ______ grants jurisdiction to U.S. federal district courts over any civil action by an alien for a tort only, committed in violation of the law of nations or a treaty of the United States.
  17. The International Court of Justice
  18. The Hague Service Convention is a treaty that was formulated to
  19. Under the Convention on the International Sale of Goods (CISG), parties are not allowed to negotiate contract terms and cannot opt out of the CISG.
  20. The notion of sovereign immunity has always been, and continues to be, absolute in its application.
  21. Usually in expropriation, the expropriating government also assumes ownership of a property, so the process includes ______ as well.
  22. Which of the following is an advantage to arbitrating international disputes?
  23. The ______ encourages international trade by maintaining stable foreign exchange rates and works closely with commercial banks to promote orderly exchange policies with members.
  24. Which of the following is a risk associated with the sale of U.S. strategic products and technology abroad?
  25. Which of the following statements is true of export controls?
  26. If a commercial seller in the United States contracts for the sale of goods with a company from a country that has adopted the Convention on the International Sale of Goods, then the parties are not subject to local laws and customs.
  27. The Fifth Amendment is best known for its protection against
  28. Which of the following terms refers to the determination by a majority of the grand jury that a crime has been committed and that the evidence is sufficient to warrant the accused’s standing trial?
  29. are punishable by a fine or jail sentence of less than one year.
  30. The plea nolo contendereallows sentencing just as if the defendant pleaded guilty or was found guilty.
  31. is the unlawful taking of personal property with the intent to deprive the rightful owner of it permanently.
  32. A city building inspector must obtain a search warrant to inspect for building code violations if the owner of the premises objects to the search.
  33. Which of the following statements is true of embezzlement?
  34. An insured bank is one whose deposits are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
  35. Which of the following is an example of a Ponzi scheme?
  36. A(n) ______ is an agreement or a “kind of partnership” for criminal purposes in which each member becomes the agent or partner of every other member.
  37. Courts allow individuals to be tried twice by the same governmental entity for the same crime based on the same factual situation.
  38. The jury’s perspective on facts is used in preference to the professional, or perhaps biased, response of a judge.
  39. Shawn files for bankruptcy. However, he does not mention his farmhouse in Farmington in the bankruptcy proceedings. The farmhouse is later discovered by the mortgage firm and included in the proceedings. Which of the following is true in this case?
  40. Any person, including the debtor, in possession of property belonging to the estate of a debtor in bankruptcy is guilty of a ______ if he or she conceals the property from the person charged with control of the property in the bankruptcy proceeding.
  41. Explain how Progressivism supports a strong national government?
  42. Select one New Deal policy and explain how it reflects the Progressive Movement. Be sure to include the players involved, what the policy was designed to accomplish, and the outcome – success or failure.

Other sets

  1. Once information is in the public domain, an intellectual property right can be applied to recapture it.
  2. The Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) assigns a ______ to consider a patent application.
  3. refers to a colored design or shape associated with a product or service.
  4. The Federal Trademark Dilution Act prohibits the use of a mark that is the same or similar to a “famous” trademark only when the owner of the “famous” trademark can prove public confusion regarding the two marks.
  5. Radford School is certified by the United Federation of Planets Academy of Business and Managements Schools. The icon of the school used on its website has the words “Member of UFPABMS.” This icon is a
  6. Which of the following types of intellectual property can be assigned to the invention of a plant that can be reproduced asexually?
  7. Which of the following is true of trade dress?
  8. The one‐year grace period applies to ______ law.
  9. A(n) _____ patent applies to useful, functional inventions.
  10. According to the Lanham Act of 1946, which of the following is a mark representing membership in a certain organization or association?
  11. Innocently acquiring a secret from another without knowledge of their theft is generally misappropriation.
  12. If, through your own effort, you are able to recreate the same information that another considers to be a trade secret, a misappropriation has occurred.
  13. When you purchase an item from Globus Corp., they place the item in a paper bag with handles and vertical yellow, blue, and white stripes. Even without seeing the words “Globus Corp.” on the bag, many people recognize that the purchase is from Globus. The bag’s coloring and design is considered its
  14. In the United States, the counterpart of expropriation is called the
  15. If a commercial seller in the United States contracts for the sale of goods with a company from a country that has adopted the Convention on the International Sale of Goods, then the parties are not subject to local laws and customs.
  16. If a buyer from United States enters into a trade deal with a seller from Costa Rica, and an irrevocable letter of credit is involved, the issuing bank will be located in Costa Rica.
  17. The World Trade Organization was created by the
  18. The New York convention of 1958 discourages the use of arbitration in commercial agreements made by companies in the signatory countries.
  19. Which of the following statements is true of the Council of Ministers of the European Union (EU)?
  20. Under the Convention on the International Sale of Goods (CISG), parties are not allowed to negotiate contract terms and cannot opt out of the CISG.
  21. Which of the following organizations provides arbitration services for international disputes?
  22. In the context of foreign sales, there is no room in documentary transactions for substantial performance.
  23. The International Court of Justice has been a major force in settling disputes since it began functioning in 1946.
  24. The Convention on the International Sale of Goods provides that in contract negotiations an acceptance that contains new provisions that materially alter the terms of the offer becomes part of a contract.
  25. Which of the following countries is a member of the Central America‐Dominican Republic Free Trade Agreement?
  26. Under the doctrine of sovereign immunity, the foreign sovereign claims to be immune from suit entirely based on its
  27. Felony cases are commenced with the filing of an information, and misdemeanors are commenced by a grand jury indictment.
  28. The Sixth Amendment gives the right to a speedy and public trial in a criminal matter.
  29. Albert falsely reports his income obtained from betting on racehorses as income obtained from his job at Good Life Supermarket. Albert is guilty of
  30. Felonies are punishable by fine or imprisonment in a penitentiary for a period of one year or more.
  31. Tom enters Kathy’s home through an unlatched window intending to steal a painting that she has in her bedroom. When he gets to her bedroom door, he learns that Kathy is still awake and isn’t alone and leaves the house. Which of the following is true of this situation?
  32. Rico has been trying hard to get a certain building contract for his company. He talks to the government official who is managing the building contract allotment. Rico promises the official a ‘treat’ if he directs the contract to Rico’s company. Rico can be found guilty of
  33. Misdemeanors are punishable by a mandatory jail sentence of 18 months.
  34. Which of the following is true about making arrests in “exigent circumstances”?
  35. The right to an attorney exists in any cases where incarceration is a possible punishment.
  36. A person cannot be charged with conspiracy if the individual becomes involved after the conspiracy is stopped and the criminal conduct does not occur.
  37. In the context of criminal intent, knowledge can be easily established by demonstrating that the accused was negligent, careless, or foolish.
  38. Stealing credit card or debit card information by using a special storage device when someone is processing their card is called
  39. Which of the following is an example of a white‐collar crime?
  40. Which of the following is an example of a Ponzi scheme?
  41. Explain how Progressivism supports a strong national government?
  42. Select one New Deal policy and explain how it reflects the Progressive Movement. Be sure to include the players involved, what the policy was designed to accomplish, and the outcome – success or failure.
  43. The World Intellectual Property Organizations Arbitration and Mediation Center hears cases involving:
  44. Which of the following is true of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act?
  45. The Sixth Amendment gives the right to a speedy jury trial in a criminal matter.
  46. Which of the following is true of a grand jury?
  47. Which of the following is true of a joint venture?
  48. Which of the following statements is true of sources of international law?
  49. is used in the context of international law as the seizure of foreign‐owned property by a government.
  50. A copyright protects:
  51. Thelma and Louise are out on a Friday night bar hopping. Thelma is driving to the next bar when Louise asks her to stop at a convenience store so she can “make a withdrawal”. Thelma thinks that Louise is using an ATM when in fact Louise has pulled a gun from her purse and held up the store. Louise fires no shots and walks out of the store as calm as can be. The police arrest both at the next bar stop. Louise is guilty of:
  52. Irrevocable letters of credit do not recognize the concept of substantial performance.
  53. The right to a jury trial does not extend to state juvenile court proceedings.
  54. The Wassanaar Arrangement was entered into by 33 countries in order to control:
  55. Copyright deals with original invention, like patents.
  56. A _____ is any form of knowledge or information that has economic value from not being generally known to, or readily ascertained by proper means by others and has been the subject of reasonable efforts by the owner to maintain secrecy.
  57. The alphabetic arrangement of names in a telephone directory’s white pages meets meet the necessary criteria to warrant a copyright.
  58. To sue a foreign firm in the United States, the plaintiff must:
  59. Misappropriation of a trade secret occurs when:
  60. Hillward Bakers have been using since their inception ten years ago, a blue HB logo with a baker’s hat on the HB. Hobert Bakers, a newly opened bakery and confectionary chain, has used the same logo. Hillward has not registered its logo, but chooses to sue Hobert. Which of the following is true of this case?
  61. The Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act codified which of the following?
  62. The Fifth Amendment right against self‐incrimination does not protect the accused from being compelled to produce real or physical evidence.
  63. The issuing bank’s commitment to pay is given to the seller directly in the case of a letter of credit.
  64. Which of the following is true of a foreign subsidiary?
  65. When an individual commits an act with the intent to obstruct the legislative process or a judicial process, he/she is guilty of _____.
  66. The CISG applies to contracts for the commercial sale of goods (consumer sales for personal, family, or household use are excluded) between parties whose businesses are located in different nations.
  67. The double jeopardy law prohibits two trials in cases when an illegal activity has violated both federal and state laws.
  68. The Convention on the International Sale of Goods (CISG) outlines standard international practices for the sale of goods.
  69. In a criminal trial, when a defendant is found innocent, the prosecution always has the right to a second trial.
  70. Which of the following is a function of a trademark?
  71. The _____ grants jurisdiction to U.S. federal district courts over “any civil action by an alien for a tort only, committed in violation of the law of nations or a treaty of the United States.”
  72. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act makes illegal the effort to get around devices used by copyright owners to keep their works from being infringed.
  73. The Fifth Amendment provides in part that no “person shall be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb.” This is known as the _____.
  74. Which of the following is true in case a patent expires?
  75. _____ is defined as the supreme, absolute, and uncontrollable power by which any state is governed.
  76. A grand jury transcript may be used at a trial to:
  77. Which of the following is the first step in protecting trade secrets?
  78. Unauthorized use of a registered trademark is known as:
  79. Proving that a patent is invalid because it was in commercial use at least one year before the patent was taken out requires that the defendant prove their case:
  80. must be obtained by the police prior to a search of a person, any premises, or other property such as the trunk of an automobile.
  81. Which of the following is an incorrect statement regarding copyrights?
  82. Double jeopardy means:
  83. Provide a synopsis of the main ideas from Judges 9 .
  84. Discuss the perpetual cycle of entitlement that continues to create a culture shift in America. How can we get back on track? Be specific.
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