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Press: Intellectual Property Law Concentrate 2e

Diagnostic test - where do I need to concentrate?


Answer the following questions and then press 'Submit' to get your score.

Question 1

Chapter 2. The "public interest defence":

Question 2

Chapter 2. Which of the following is not a category of copyright work in the CDPA?

Question 3

Chapter 2. What is the most important distinction between literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works ("authorial works) on one hand, and sound recordings, films, broadcasts and published editions on the other?

Question 4

Chapter 3. Which of the following statements is most accurate:

Question 5

Chapter 3. The Sui Generis right in databases:

Question 6

Chapter 3. Which of the following statements is true

Question 7

Chapter 4. A false attribution as an author

Question 8

Chapter 4. The right of privacy in photographs and films

Question 9

Chapter 4. Which of these works does the right of attribution apply to

Question 10

Chapter 5. Which of the following statements about the right to equitable remuneration are true?

Question 11

Chapter 5. A music recording company

Question 12

Chapter 5. A performer's moral rights are infringed

Question 13

Chapter 6. Which of the following are requirements for information to be protected?

Question 14

Chapter 6. Professional advisers are likely to owe a duty of confidence to their clients

Question 15

Chapter 6. An employee's duty of confidence once she leaves employment

Question 16

Chapter 7. Kirin-Amgen v Transkaryotic Therapies [2002]…

Question 17

Chapter 7. You can infringe a patent by:

Question 18

Chapter 7. Which of the following statements about the action for groundless threats is true?

Question 19

Chapter 8. To enforce copyright to prevent a product from being copied:

Question 20

Chapter 8. Which of these statements is most accurate concerning how the s. 51 defence limits the scope for enforcement of copyright to prevent a design being copied?

Question 21

Chapter 8. The effect of EU law on registered designs law is

Question 22

Chapter 9. To infringe a trade mark under ss. 10(1) - 10(3) TMA, the defendant must use their sign in relation to goods or services. This means:

Question 23

Chapter 9. The defence in s. 11(2) TMA covers uses of someone else's trade mark where the use is in accordance with honest practices in industrial or commercial matters and:

Question 24

Chapter 9. Which of the following will not infringe a trade mark where genuine products originally marketed the European Economic Area are re-sold?