Princess Diana died 13 years ago, but litigation involving her image was given new life on Monday.

A split 2nd District Court of Appeal in California reinstated Franklin Mint’s malicious prosecution lawsuit against Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, the firm that sued Franklin for hawking plates and other collectibles bearing the likeness of the so-called People’s Princess.

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