Jennifer Keller, the attorney who won an $88.5 million verdict against Mattel in the battle over the Bratz doll, has teamed up with former Manatt Phelps partners Thomas Umberg, Dean Zipser and Carole
Jennifer Keller, the attorney who won an $88.5 million verdict against Mattel Inc. in the battle over the Bratz doll, has teamed up with three former partners at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips to create a
Originally Published: National Law Journal
National Law Journal
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