Posted: November 3rd, 2022
Imagine you work for Nokia in product development. Recently, South Korean company Samsung contacted you about a potential conflict arising from a patent that Samsung holds. They are claiming that Nokia has violated their rights of ownership to the patent. In a 2,500 words, answer the following questions:
The length requirement of 2,500 words means 2,500 words of substance. If you put a heading on your submission, you shouldn’t count that. You also shouldn’t count your reference content. Bluntly, I am looking for 2,500 words of your own careful thoughts and analysis.You should conduct research and obtain relevant information from the academic literature, trade publications, and other credible sources to support your ideas (e.g. Wikipedia is not credible). You should use a minimum of five sources in your paper NOT including any sources you may choose to use from the materials in this webcourse. You will submit your report as a Word document through the associated assignment on the course website (under the Assignments section).IMPORTANT: Do not plagiarize or use unoriginal content without attribution. These assignments use TurnItIn.com for originality verification. If you copy/paste from other sources, I will know it, and you will receive a zero.
The grading rubric for the Term Project is as follows:
Substance and Content – 12 pts
Addresses all components of the assignment with complete answers and discussion.
Sources – 6 pts
Uses required number of credible sources.
APA Source Formatting – 4 pts
References and in-text citations are in proper APA format.
Grammar – 3 pts
Writing is grammatically correct, and free of spelling and syntax errors.
Credit deduction proportional to length shortfall (e.g. if submission is 80% of required length, max eligible credit shall be 80% before other deduction). For an explanation regarding why length requirement is important, please read this article: https://onlinelearningtips.com/2019/08/length-requirements-papers/
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