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A federal judge rejected a mistrial motion on Aug. 4 after dismissing a juror for allegedly making a racist remark during deliberations in a copyright infringement lawsuit that pits the maker of the popular Bratz dolls against toy giant Mattel Inc.

Lawyers for MGA Entertainment Inc. had argued that the comment could have tainted the jury against the company’s chief executive officer, an Iranian immigrant who is Jewish.

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