Intellectual Property questions for the Advanced Final Exam.
Classic Advanced IP Questions
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Question 1 of 12
You wrote a book and published it on growing techniques for cannabis. What type of intellectual property would you use to protect it?
Question 2 of 12
You develop a technique for making hash that you have never heard of anyone else using and you want to license it out to businesses. What type of Intellectual Property would you use to protect this technique?
Question 3 of 12
You never register a trademark that you are using in commerce. Can you assert any form of trademark protection?
Question 4 of 12
How many years is a trademark protected after it is registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office?
Question 5 of 12
Some countries allow the registration of cannabis-based trademarks. Are these trademarks recognized internationally?
Question 6 of 12
You designed a set of bags for making ice hash that has a new or novel feature. What kind of Intellectual Property would you use to protect it?
Question 7 of 12
There are some existing geographic indicators for the origins of cannabis.
Question 8 of 12
You can seek copyright protection for a recipe of cannabis-infused brownies.
Question 9 of 12
The ® symbol is used to indicate what type of federally registered Intellectual Property?
Question 10 of 12
Copyright protection lasts how long?
Question 11 of 12
What is the exclusive right granted by a government to an inventor to manufacture, use, or sell an invention for a certain number of years?
Question 12 of 12
A trade secret is anything in your business that you keep secret that your competitors if they knew the information, would be able to use it for their economic advantage.