FILE - In this  Jan. 12, 2010, file photo, a man takes a nap next to a life size human figure built with Lego toy blocks displayed at a shopping mall in Beijing. Danish toy maker Lego says Thursday Dec. 7, 2017 that it has won major legal victory in China, where a court ruled in its favor in a copyright case against companies making knockoffs of its famous colored bricks.
FILE - In this Jan. 12, 2010, file photo, a man takes a nap next to a life size human figure built with Lego toy blocks displayed at a shopping mall in Beijing. Danish toy maker Lego says Thursday Dec. 7, 2017 that it has won major legal victory in China, where a court ruled in its favor in a copyright case against companies making knockoffs of its famous colored bricks. Andy Wong, File AP Photo
FILE - In this Jan. 12, 2010, file photo, a man takes a nap next to a life size human figure built with Lego toy blocks displayed at a shopping mall in Beijing. Danish toy maker Lego says Thursday Dec. 7, 2017 that it has won major legal victory in China, where a court ruled in its favor in a copyright case against companies making knockoffs of its famous colored bricks. Andy Wong, File AP Photo

Lego wins first China copyright case against imitators

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