Jury Sides With Barbie In Bratz Case A federal jury Thursday found that Bratz dolls were in fact conceived by a designer who was on Mattel's payroll. Mattel, Barbie's corporate parent, had accused Bratz maker MGA of stealing the idea. Next week, a jury will decide on damages. It could award Mattel royalties to Bratz, which bring in hundreds of millions of dollars a year.
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Jury Sides With Barbie In Bratz Case

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DEBORAH AMOS, Host:

Next week, a jury will decided on damages. It could award Mattel royalties to Bratz, which brings in hundreds of millions of dollars a year.

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