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A lawyer for the maker of Bratz dolls sought a mistrial Friday in a copyright infringement case brought by Mattel Inc. after a juror was dismissed for allegedly making racial slurs.

The federal judge in the closely watched intellectual property dispute halted the presentation of evidence for the day while he questioned jurors about the comments, said attorney Thomas Nolan, who represents MGA Entertainment Inc., the maker of Bratz.

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