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Case Study: A Furniture Designer For Universal Furniture International

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1.Answer Case Problem #4 on page 36 (Chapter 3) A furniture designer for Universal Furniture International started with a design for the furniture from the public domain, but then he mixed and changed the furniture style enough that they were two original pieces. UFI placed copyright on the style as a result of it. The company, Collezione Europe USA looked at the two furniture lines and produced copies that were incredibly similar. Even the UFI’s vice president could not recognize which were the imitations and which were the originals. CE’s imitations infringed on UFI’s copyrights. CE’s copies were cheaper than UFI’s originals which placed CE at a business advantage. Based on the facts stated, CE did not have the right to imitate the furniture designs of UFI. CE…show more content…
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