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Barbie's Mattel Sues Maker of Bratz Dolls

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Barbie's Mattel Sues Maker of Bratz Dolls

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Barbie's Mattel Sues Maker of Bratz Dolls

Barbie's Mattel Sues Maker of Bratz Dolls

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The popular Bratz dolls have been taking the spotlight away from Barbie. But toy-making giant and Barbie parent Mattel says it owns Bratz. The companies are in court, fighting over the exact moment that the designer came up with the idea for Bratz.

Host Renee Montagne talks about the trial with Nicholas Casey of the Wall Street Journal.

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