“Litigation over the Bratz doll ain’t over yet. The last time we checked in on the big-headed doll controversy, Mattel had won a sweeping injunction against MGA Entertainment in a copyright suit that effectively forced MGA to shut down its Bratz business. The injunction followed a jury’s award of $100 million to Mattel. You’ll recall in that case Mattel had alleged that the Bratz doll creator — Carter Bryant — had originally conceived of the idea when he was an employee of Mattel, before he went to work at MGA.  Now enters artist Bernard Belair, whose lawyers at Dickstein Shapiro have filed a copyright suit against both MGA and Mattel alleging that the Bratz dolls infringe Belair’s copyrights.”