LSTD 209 LSTD209 Final Exam (APUS)

LSTD 209 LSTD209 Final Exam (APUS)


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LSTD209 Final Exam (APUS)

Question 1 of 30

The case of Cohen v. Brown University stands for which of the following?

Question 2 of 30

Campus Lounge Library Policy Can a school be liable for quid pro quo sexual harassment if the following occurs?: The athletic director tells a student that in return for staying on the team, that student must submit to sexual advances

Question 3 of 30

Which of the following trademarks would receive the strongest protection?

Question 4 of 30

"Trademark law" is the legal term for a word, name, symbol, or device that an organization uses to identify and distinguish its services from the services of another organization and to indicate the source of the service

Question 5 of 30

What type of things do sports organizations seek patent protection for?

Question 6 of 30

What federal law prohibits discrimination in wages between employees on the basis of sex for equal work on jobs that require equal skill, effort, and responsibility under similar working conditions?

Question 7 of 30

Which of the following is permitted under the copyright law?

Question 8 of 30

Copyright infringement is the unauthorized use of copyrighted material in a way that violates one of the owners' exclusive rights in the copyright

Question 9 of 30

Which of the following is not a purpose for the antitrust laws in the United States?

Question 10 of 30

What did the court in Mercer v. Duke University conclude?

Question 11 of 30

Does Major League Baseball have a player salary cap?

Question 12 of 30

What are the elements of a claim for trademark infringement?

Question 13 of 30

In the case of Grove City College v. Bell, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled

Question 14 of 30

Baseball's free agent era was created

Question 15 of 30

The rights of all citizens to freedom of speech and expression are set forth in the _____ Amendment to the Constitution, which states that Congress shall make no laws that abridge the freedom of speech or of the press, or of the right to peaceably assemble

Question 16 of 30

Do the provisions of the Fourteenth Amendment apply to professional sports leagues?

Question 17 of 30

Which constitutional amendment prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures?

Question 18 of 30

Which of the following would constitute cybersquatting?

Question 19 of 30

A rule that forbids athletes of a racial or ethnic minority from competing in high school sports with white athletes (and that has a discriminatory purpose) would be an example of which type of unconstitutional discrimination?

Question 20 of 30

T-shirts showing caricatures of certain generic "rich" athletes--not literal depictions but rather exaggerated images of these athletes-- would most likely result be protected speech as parodies and not subject to trademark laws

Question 21 of 30

The University of Ames has called their team the Scalpers. Their logo is a symbol of a Native American with an ax near his neck. The university applies for trademark protection. A likely result would be which of the following?

Question 22 of 30

What is not a factor of the Lemon test?

Question 23 of 30

Contraction is the term that describes measures that would be taken to decrease the size of a professional sports league or organization

Question 24 of 30

Why is ambush marketing so harmful to a sports organization? Please provide an example of ambush marketing as well. YOUR RESPONSE MUST BE AT LEAST 350 WORDS MINIMUM

Question 25 of 30

Does a school need to satisfy each element of the three-part test to show a prima facie case for a Title IX violation? Explain your answer. YOUR RESPONSE MUST BE AT LEAST 350 WORDS MINIMUM

Question 26 of 30

Strict scrutiny applies to any situation involving

Question 27 of 30

The focus of Title IX is to prohibit discrimination against the underrepresented sex, which historically has been women

Question 28 of 30

Does commercial speech have constitutional protection?

Question 29 of 30

The court in Smith v. Pro Football concluded that

Question 30 of 30

The only two of the exemptions from antitrust laws that have been used in the sport industry are: Baseball's antitrust exemption and the broadcasting exemption in the Sports Broadcasting Act

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