Mattel Can't Duck $137M In Legal Fees In Bratz Row

Law360, Los Angeles (December 20, 2013, 5:22 PM ET) -- A California federal judge has ruled that Mattel Inc. can't delay paying rival MGA Entertainment Inc. $137 million in attorneys' fees in the epic Bratz doll intellectual property battle, saying Mattel no longer faces competing claims for the jury's fee award.

In a Tuesday order, U.S. District Judge David O. Carter denied Mattel's ex parte application seeking an injunction to keep MGA from getting its hands on the award. Mattel had argued that, in the absence of an injunction, it could face multiple competing claims by...
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