Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property.

Intellectual Property i . -d f ,3 new video game, which they propose to call œHallowed. They lorma Two computer science majors. 7’9 and Xavier’ have an I d%i(a(iier run into a problem with their design and consult with a friend, Brad,i begin developmgutthelr Idea. Se(ileralAnf1ton:lilSel:(::l’lilI:’l:ri:i?)mpl‚¬ted but before Hallowed is marketed, a video game Called Halo 2 is relei ti c co es. er _ _ , e Xri)(C):(e:niIigPi:ao)’nS1t[;tit:lrl ssosyrsteems Halo 2 uses source codes similar to those of Hallowed and imitates Hallowed S overall look and feel, all the features are alike. Using the information presented in the chapter, answer the following questions. I Would the name Hallowed receive protection as a trademark or as trade dress? 2 If Trent an: Xavielrl had obtained a business process patent on Hallowed, would the release of Halo 2 infring patent? W y or w y not? 5 Based on] th f t d ˜b d b 1 Why or w);1)orI11Ot;2 ac s escri e a ove, cou d Trent and Xavier sue the makers of Halo 2 for copyright l Suppose that Trent and Xavier discover that Brad took the Halo 2. which type of intellectual property issue does thiS1ra‚¬i:leC?)i Hallowed and sold it to the company thfl. n_¦_.T°’5 ?..’!.˜LE.9!˜.S¢Pt5c l I V A v ., .-:./ll l ___:’_’_’,’f_ __ Cylier mark 92 i g

Intellectual Property

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