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The court ruled that the agreement constituted "a naked licence". Choose the word or definition that is closest in meaning to the marked word.
a licence where the licensor failed to maintain control over its licensee
a licence where the licensee failed to maintain control over its licensor
a licence where neither party asserted control over the subject IP
a licence with no actual transfer of IP rights
The ruling resulted in a "forfeiture" of trade mark rights. Choose the word or definition that is closest in meaning to the marked word.
granted rights by a court ruling
loss through expiration
loss through penalty
cancellation through penalty
The assignor "relinquished" all rights to the property. Choose the word or definition that is closest in meaning to the marked word.
retained
gave up
obtained
forfeited
In order to qualify as a trade secret, (i) the information at issue must not be generally known whithin the industry and (ii) the company must have taken measures to protect this information...becoming generally available.
from
to
with
by/through
of
in
If you were forced to resign from a job you can bring an action for ....
unconstructive dismissal
constructive dismissal
wrong firing
unfair resignation
This lease agreement allows us as ... to transfer interest in the property to a third party.
tenants
owners
leasors
lessors
A claim in ... is usually aimed at getting compensated for damage or loss.
court
crime
offence
tort
To give up a claim to something. Match the terms to their definitions.
unitary
assignee
royalty
relinguish
forfeiture
franchising
licensor
To forfeit. Choose the correct noun form of each of the verbs.
a forfeiture
a forfeature
a fortitude
To convey. Choose the correct noun form of each of the verbs.
a convocation
a conveyencing
a conveyance
a convey
Decide whether these company assets would be deemed confidential information, trade secrets, know-how or none of these. An understanding by some employees of how best to carry out an invention.
trade secrets
confidential information
none of the above
know-how
Decide whether these company assets would be deemed confidential information, trade secrets, know-how or none of these. A long list of clients; some clients are known personally and research could be conducted to discover the remaining clients.
know-how
confidential information
none of the above
trade secrets
The Capital Market Authority did not ... trading in the stock in order to carry out the investigation.
disgorge
suspend
A board resolution may set forth which officers are ... to act on behalf of the corporation.
authorized
appointed
Certain elements of the articles of incorporation are ..., others are elective.
mandatory
applicable
This ensures that the offeror becomes subject to the take-over public procurement / regulatory scheme of the Company’s Act before being able to secretly accumulate control of an offeree.
regulatory scheme
public procurement
The bill would provide a voluntary code for small business—if businesses chose to, on a voluntary basis, they could ... and sign up.
opt out
opt in
As non-executive members of the Board, the Independent Directors exercise no ... in the Company.
management functions
corporate resolutions
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