The U.S. International Trade Commission on Wednesday gave a green light to toy maker Lego A/S to bring a patent and copyright infringement case against three competitors that are seeking to appeal more to girls.

In January 2012, Lego launched its “Friends” line—little Lego dolls named Mia, Olivia, Emma, Andrea and Stephanie, who live in the imaginary world of Heartlake City.

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