MGA Wants $431M Payday From Mattel For Bratz IP Battle

Law360, New York (May 24, 2011, 6:28 PM EDT) -- MGA Entertainment Inc. said Monday it wants Mattel to cough up $431 million following its victory in California federal court in a suit alleging an employee stole the idea for Bratz dolls, a figure that includes $162 million in attorneys' fees and costs.

A proposed judgment filed by Bratz maker MGA said that in addition to the April $88.4 million jury award, Mattel should pay $129.7 million in attorneys fees, $32.4 million in costs, $177 million in punitive damages for Mattel's "willful and malicious trade secret...
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