In the Bratz versus Barbie battle, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday tweaked its earlier opinion in a way the winning side says is the court’s pre-emptive strike at thwarting U.S. Supreme Court review.

In the amended opinion, the court says applying the “substantial similarity” test in deciding who owns the Bratz doll doesn’t create a circuit split.

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