MGA Entertainment

MGA Entertainment (Micro-Games America Entertainment) is a manufacturer of children's toys and entertainment products founded in 1979. Its products include the Bratz fashion doll line, Lalaloopsy, Kachooz!, Moxie Girlz, Moxie Teenz, Hugwallas, BFC, Ink. and Rescue Pets. MGA also owns The Little Tikes Company. MGA is headquartered at 16300 Roscoe Boulevard in the Lake Balboa area of the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California, United States.

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Mattel - Lawsuits
... defeated MGA Entertainment Inc ... Mattel Inc VS MGA Entertainment ... Mattel was forced to pay $88.5 million to MGA Entertainment in a dispute over the Bratz line of dolls ...
MGA Entertainment - Lawsuit
... District Court in Riverside ruled against MGA Entertainment and for Mattel Inc ... Judge Stephen Larson granted an injunction requested by Mattel, which effectively banned MGA from manufacturing and selling Bratz dolls, though he allowed MGA to continue selling Bratz ... Larson determined that all of MGA's Bratz produced from 2001 through 2008, except for the Kidz and Lil Angelz lines, infringed on Mattel's intellectual property ...
Little Tikes
... The company was acquired by MGA Entertainment in September 2006 from Newell Rubbermaid for an undisclosed sum ... sales, and the acquisition was projected to add $15 to $25 million to MGA Entertainment's bottom line ... The purchase was said to allow a better fit with MGA Entertainment, a manufacturer of children's toys and entertainment products founded in 1997 whose products included the Bratz line of fashion ...
Bratz - Legal Actions
... In April 2005, MGA Entertainment filed a lawsuit against Mattel, claiming that the "My Scene" line of Barbie dolls had copied the doe-eyed look of Bratz dolls ... Mattel sued MGA Entertainment for $500 million, alleging that Bratz creator Carter Bryant was working for Mattel when he developed the idea for Bratz ... that Bryant had created the Bratz while he was working for Mattel, despite MGA's claim that Bryant had not been employed by Mattel at the time and Bryant's assertion ...