The Bratz doll is back in business, thanks to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

A three-judge panel on Thursday vacated Mattel Inc.’s hard-won injunction on behalf of its Barbie doll, finding the remedy way too broad. The litigation arose because Bratz’s creator, Carter Bryant, worked for Mattel before decamping for the competition.

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