Mattel has to pay up, according to the results of a federal retrial regarding the feud between Barbie and Bratz.
All eight jury members agreed to reject Mattel's copyright infringement claims, stating Mattel did not own the rights to the dolls, the early models or sketches and that MGA Entertainment Inc. did not steal trade secrets.
What will this cost Mattel? $88.5 million in damages. Ouch.
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