Lego says it has won a landmark copyright case in China against rival products almost identical to its famous toy bricks.
It is the first time Lego has won a competition case against Chinese copycat products. The victory follows an earlier court ruling that Lego’s name and logo are well-known trademarks in China.
Firms making copycat versions have been a big problem for Lego as some of them are so convincing even Lego’s China boss could not tell them apart when tested by the BBC earlier this year.
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