ETH 321 Week 4 Knowledge Check

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ETH 321 Week 4 Knowledge Check

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Week 4 Knowledge Check
The material presented below is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all you need to know in the content area. Rather it is a starting point for building your knowledge and skills. Additional study materials are recommended in each area below to help you master the material.
Personalized Study Guide Results:
Score: 11 / 12
Concepts Mastery Questions
Functions of administrative law 100% • 1
• 2• 3
Powers of administrative agencies 100% • 4
• 5• 6
Trade secret protections 100% • 7
• 8• 9
Trademarks and copyright law 100% • 10
• 11
• 12
Concept: Functions of administrative law
Mastery : 100% Questions : • 1
• 2• 3
Materials on the concept:
• Policymaking
• Primary Functions of Administrative Agencies
• Licensing and Permitting
1.
Identify the true statement about administrative agencies.
• A.
They are not authorized to perform legislative functions.
• B.
They are charged with the task of creating regulations that are legally enforceable.
• C.
They have only judicial and not executive powers.
• D.
Their functions do not encompass the enforcement of regulations made by Congress.

2.
Which of these demonstrates the adjudication function of administrative agencies?
• A.
Granting licenses to industries and professionals
• B.
Distributing the statutory benefits provided by Congress
• C.
Studying the broad policies made by Congress
• D.
Deciding cases that involve violations of agency rules

3.
What is true about the activities of administrative agencies?
• A.
They work independently of Congress.
• B.
They review judgments of trial courts.
• C.
They grant licenses and permits.
• D.
Their scope of functioning is limited to legislation.

Concept: Powers of administrative agencies
Mastery : 100% Questions : • 4
• 5• 6
Materials on the concept:
• Agency Study and Research
• Rulemaking
• Enforcement, Licensing, and Inspection
• Scope of Administrative Agency Power
• Adjudication
4.
Identify the true statement about the rulemaking process followed by administrative agencies.
• A.
The rulemaking process is formal and requires a comprehensive hearing.
• B.
Agencies are prohibited from involving experts from outside the government in the rulemaking process.
• C.
Agencies are required to make public any material such as reports and studies that they used during rulemaking.
• D.
Agencies must publish the rule in the federal register only after holding public hearings.

5.
What is true about the powers of administrative agencies?
• A.
All actions of the administrative agencies are reviewable by the judiciary.
• B.
Administrative agencies cannot decide by themselves about when and whom to regulate.
• C.
Administrative agencies have the authority only to grant licenses and not revoke them.
• D.
Administrative agencies are authorized to conduct inspections of businesses and individuals.

6.
Which power of administrative agencies allows them to create quasi-court trial settings to hear disputes that arise in their jurisdictions?
• A.
Rulemaking
• B.
Adjudication
• C.
Inspection
• D.
Legislation

Concept: Trade secret protections
Mastery : 100% Questions : • 7
• 8• 9
Materials on the concept:
• Trade Secret Protections
• Misappropriation
• Exclusive Rights for Unlimited Duration
• Criminal Sanctions
7.
When does misappropriation of a trade secret occur?
• A.
When someone acquires a trade secret illegally
• B.
When someone conducts research to discover a trade secret
• C.
When someone uses reverse engineering to figure out a trade secret
• D.
When the owner unintentionally shares the secret with others

8.
Identify the true statement about trade secret protection.
• A.
It expires after a very limited period of time.
• B.
It is lost if the owner does not take adequate measures to prevent misappropriation.
• C.
It considers reverse engineering as misappropriation and enables the owner to recover damages.
• D.
It can be availed for all kinds of trade practices, whether or not they have economic value.

9.
Identify the true statement about the Uniform Trade Secrets Act.
• A.
It provides recourse to owners of trade secrets even in cases where the secret was lost because of the owner’s negligence.
• B.
It does not contain any criminal sanctions.
• C.
It prohibits reverse engineering of trade secrets.
• D.
It does not provide trade secret protection for processes and methods.

Concept: Trademarks and copyright law
Mastery : 100% Questions : • 10
• 11
• 12
Materials on the concept:
• Classifications of Trademarks
• Arbitrary or Fanciful
• Acquiring Rights for Trademark Protection
• Trademarks, Service Marks, and Trade Dress
• Copyright Law: Protections of Original Expressions
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10.
What is true about arbitrary trademarks?
• A.
They are generally provided with a very low level of protection.
• B.
They do not have a strong logical connection with the products or services that they represent.
• C.
They directly describe the characteristics of products they represent.
• D.
They tend to be less distinctive than the other types of trademarks.

11.
What statement is true in the context of acquiring trademark rights?
• A.
Trademarks cannot be used in more than one geographic location.
• B.
Descriptive trademarks cannot get protection.
• C.
Trademark rights can only be acquired by registering the mark before it is used.
• D.
Trademark rights can be acquired by being the first to put the mark to use in commerce.

12.
Which of these can be protected under the Copyright Act?
• A.
Innovative ideas
• B.
Processes
• C.
Scientific principles
• D.
Recorded audio

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