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Learning Units (Hours)
Tracy P. Jong, Esq. and Cheng–Ning Jong, PE
Imagine your major competitor has cornered the market with one of the hottest products in the marketplace. Now that you have come up with a major improvement over the competitor’s products, you would like to realize a piece of the action. You are also aware that certain major corporations have attracted infringement lawsuits for releasing similar products. What should you do next? How do you know if your product is “different” enough from your competitor’s products? What should you do to avoid landing yourself in hot water.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of course materials.
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