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She should not win because she could write a different novel using different storylines,
characters, and plots on the same story. She should not have used the names used by the other
writer but instead, look for other characters with different storylines and plots. Secondly, Alice
Randall did not seek the publisher's permission of "Gone with the wind" to use the character's
places, stories, and references. Alice should have consulted the publisher of the other book to ask
for permission to publish her book using the same sites, plot, and considerations of characters
(Beatty et al., 2021). Alice using the above to sell and promote her book to the readers will be
considered using the original writer's fame and goodwill, which is not allowed and not fair.
Question 2
Hair Corp cannot successfully sue big seller Inc. for copyright infringements. Copy right
gives the creator of the original work the right to reproduce the work and prevents unauthorized
copying of original works. Copyrights deter a person from copying the original work of a person.
The copyrights of the Hair Corp do not provide or create a monopoly on who sells its products.
Lest Hair Corp limits the person to sell their original products; however, Big Seller Inc. can
import shampoo produced by Hair Corp legally from Peru to the United States following the
regulation (Brem et al., 2017). Big seller, Inc. will affect the business of Hair Corp since it is
practicing international trade and not reproducing the shampoo.
Question 3
A patent is an intellectual property right that is related to developments. It restricts the
selling, using, or copying of patented inventions without seeking the inventor's permission. There
are four requirements for a patent: usefulness, patentable subject matter, the novelty of the
patent, and non-obvious character (Beatty et al., 2021). It is important to note that a person can

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1 Business Law Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Course Title Professor’s Name Date 2 Question 1 She should not win because she could write a different novel using different storylines, characters, and plots on the same story. She should not have used the names used by the other writer but instead, look for other characters with different storylines and plots. Secondly, Alice Randall did not seek the publisher's permission of "Gone with the wind" to use the character's places, stories, and references. Alice should have consulted the publisher of the other book to ask for permission to publish her book using the same sites, plot, and considerations of characters (Beatty et al., 2021). Alice using the above to sell and promote her book to the readers will be considered using the original writer's fame and goodwill, which is not allowed and not fair. Question 2 Hair Corp cannot successfully sue big seller Inc. for copyright infringements. Copy right gives the creator of the original work the right to reproduce the work and prevents unauthorized copying of original works. Copyrights deter a person from copying the original work of a person. The copyrights of the Hair Cor ...
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