Ubisoft Wins $13.2M Arbitration Against Bratz Maker

Law360, New York (February 13, 2008, 12:00 AM EST) -- MGA Entertainment, makers of the popular Bratz dolls, will hand over $13.2 million to video game company Ubisoft Entertainment, after an arbitrator ruled that Ubisoft had not violated the Bratz trademark but MGA had violated a contract between the two companies.

The toy company agreed on Friday to hand over a previously decided $13.2 million arbitration award, according to Greenberg Glusker LLP, which represents Ubisoft.

Ubisoft had obtained a license from MGA for the right to make video games based on the Bratz franchise in the...
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