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June 12, 2008



Actually, Skadden represents MGA. Keker represents Bryant.

Joe Mullin

Thanks, I stand corrected.


Bryant is a silly man but Mattel are the definition of a corporate illness at work. They waited five years to bring this up? They should be thrown out.


Is this really supposed to be a legal site? The copyright claim was not thrown out on summary judgment, as even a casual follower would know. To the contrary, the judge entered summary judgment in Mattel's favor on MGA's statute of limitations defense to the copyright claim. The judge also ruled that any Bratz-related creations made by Bryant while a Mattel employee are owned by Mattel and that Bryant's work with MGA while a Mattel employee violated his duties to Mattel.

Joe Mullin

OK, I'm 0 for 2 on this one. Not my best day, but it's fixed.

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